We will be taking questions and comments about the proposed changed to the U2 for Spring semester on 12/6/17 from 10am to 5:30pm in Armstrong Hall room 1080. Here is a link to see the new routes and provide feedback.
Butler County Regional Transit Authority is in the process of implementing a new, state-of-the art, transportation scheduling software system. This is part of an initiative to streamline our paratransit and curb-to-curb services, reduce costs and improve the overall services provided to the people of Butler County. We are scheduled to “go live” with the new software on June 20, 2017.
Butler County Regional Transit Authority and Middletown Transit Service are proud to be a part of 2017 Bike to Work Day!
Cyclists across the Greater Cincinnati region can commute for FREE on Friday, May 19, thanks to a partnership between BCRTA, MTS, Cincinnati Metro, Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK), and Clermont Transportation Connection (CTC) to celebrate National Bike to Work Day.
BCRTA Needs Beta Testers!
BCRTA is now accepting letters of interest for positions on our Board of Trustees.
Effective January 23, 2017, there will be some alignment and stop changes on some of our commuter routes in the Downtown Hamilton and Second Ward areas. The most significant subtraction will be the removal of the bus stops at the Government Services Center for the R1, R4, and R6.
Service additions will include realignment of the R4 and R6 to better serve the Second Ward community with several stops along Front St.
Please see the link below for the updated map that will take effect on Monday, January 23. Complete rider guides and timetables will be available soon, however, there will be no major time adjustments on any of the routes.
Please feel free to reach out to our Call Center with any questions at 513-785-5237.
Click HERE to view an updated interactive R1, R4, and R6 map.
Effective Monday, October 17, the R1 Hamilton/Middletown Shuttle will now be serving the Kohl's Distribution Center in Monroe. BCRTA is very excited for the opportunity to partner with yet another large employment center, just in time for the holiday employment season.
In order to accomodate this new stop on the route, the R1 will now ber terminating at Cincinnati State Community College. However, we have timed to route to meet with the R2 at the MTS Transit Hub to allow for easy transfers to and from Miami University's Middletown campus.
Please reach out to our Call Center if you have any questions at (513) 785-5237.
Click HERE to see the new schedule.
Click HERE to view an interactive map.
The Middletown Atrium circulator will begin full service on October 29th with limited service on Wednesday October 28th. The circulator will run through the Atrium complex, picking up and dropping off at the Children’s location, YMCA and Union VA. The bus will also travel to towne mall, Burlington coat factory and back to the hospital. The atrium bus does not charge, receive or give transfers. The bus will operate 630am to 630pm Monday thru Friday. For more information, please call us at 513-785-5237.
Effective Wednesday, August 19, 2015, BCRTA will no longer provide the U5 Level 27 Express or the U6 After Hours Level 27 routes. Please contact our Call Center at 513-785-5237 with any questions.