Veterans Will Get Free Metro Bus Service on Veterans Day

To ride the bus for free, veterans should present valid military ID or state ID with veterans designation upon boarding.

click to enlarge A Metro bus at Government Square downtown - Nick Swartsell
Nick Swartsell
A Metro bus at Government Square downtown

If you're a veteran of military service, you won't need a fare to ride Metro buses around the Greater Cincinnati area Nov. 11, transit officials announced today.

Metro is offering free rides to active duty, reserve and retired veterans who present a U.S. Department of Defense military ID card, a Veterans Affairs ID card or a state ID with a veteran designation listed.

“Providing veterans in our community with free rides is just a very small way of saying thank you for their sacrifice, bravery and commitment to serving and protecting our country,” Interim Metro CEO Darryl Haley said in a statement.

More than 42,000 veterans live in Hamilton County, according to U.S. Census data. 

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