Beyond the Streetcar: Business Outreach Sessions
Come and learn about resources aimed to help sustain the existing businesses impacted by the construction of the Cincinnati Streetcar route, and people who would like to set up business on or near the route.
- The City of Cincinnati
- US Small Business Administration
- African American Chamber of Commerce
- Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA
- The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
The Main Library
800 Vine Street
Tower Room (3rd Floor)
City of Cincinnati
The Cincinnati Streetcar is a modern streetcar rail transit system intended to stimulate development, expand transportation options, and enhance livability by connecting key communities in and around the center city. The first phase of the system consists of a 3.6-mile loop extending from The Banks to Findlay Market through Downtown and Over-the-Rhine. Future phases are planned to connect to the University of Cincinnati and Uptown neighborhoods and beyond.
Construction for the Cincinnati Streetcar is being carefully coordinated by the City of Cincinnati with utility companies, Metro, and other partners to minimize any disruption to residents, businesses and workers along the route. This transportation system is expected to bring more residents and more jobs to Cincinnati, creating a broader tax base to fund city services.