MidPoint Transit Authority

All Aboard the MidPoint Transit Authority

MidPoint offers fans free fahrvergnügen on Metro’s new hybrid buses

During the festival MidPoint pass holders will gain FREE unlimited ride access to the MidPoint Transit Authority.
This consists of a small fleet of Cincinnati Metro’s new hybrid buses. These new diesel-electric hybrid buses will not only provide the festival with a clean, fuel-efficient transportation option, they’ll also move a lot more people.

Metro Buses run 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Depending on traffic, riders can expect to see a bus every five minutes.

MidPoint wristband - FREE
No wristband - $1.75 each time you board the bus.

The festival is picking up the fare for those wearing wristbands.
Get your 3-day pass here.

MPTA Stops:
5th Street at Government Square Area E
Main Street at 9th Street
Main Street at Reading Road
Main Street at 13th Street
Main Street at Orchard Street
Walnut Street at 15th Street
Walnut Street at 12th Street
Walnut Street at Central Parkway
Walnut Street at 8th Street
Walnut Street at Gano Alley (near 6th Street)

Taking the show on the road
People paying money to see live music want to see
live music, so MidPoint will risk no chance for down
time. Traveling MidPoint acts, sponsored by the Fine
Arts Fund, will be assigned slots to play acoustically right on the bus.

Representatives from the Fine Arts Fund will also be on hand to tell people about its Paint the Street initiative happening on Sunday, September 26, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This event is where people can come out to…you guessed it…paint the street. It is 12th Street, to be exact, and they hope to draw attention to the artistic neighborhood developing around this stretch in Over the Rhine. Be sure to check out this fun event!