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Central Riverfront Parking Garage

Easily accessible from major Interstates I-71, I-75 and I-471, The Banks is built on top of one of the nation’s largest contiguous parking facilities, with nearly 8,000 parking spaces available along the Riverfront.

Owned by Hamilton County, and operated by Central Parking, parking rates may vary by date and location - for additional information regarding availability and rates, call 513-946-8100 or visit The Banks Garage. 

Click here to map your route to a specific Banks Garage entrance.
 

Valet Parking

The Banks does offer Valet Parking at select locations near Crave, Ruth's Chris and Moerlein Lager House. Special Events may impact availability. Please call Central Parking at 513-946-8100 for details.


Public Transport

Metro (Ohio)

Metro is Southwest Ohio's fixed route bus service with a mission to provide cost-effective, efficient, quality transportation options. Metro service operates 365 days a year from approximately 4 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. each and every day.

Phone: (513) 621-4455
Website: http://www.sorta.com
Maps & Schedules: http://www.go-metro.com/maps.html
Fares: http://www.go-metro.com/fares.html

METRO recently added Route 1-The One for Fun! Scheduled stops connect locals and guests to arts, parks, museums and all things fun in Cincinnati USA. This Route does stop at The Reds Hall of Fame/Great American Ballpark – immediately adjacent to The Banks. Click here to see a route map in new window.

Southbank Shuttle



TANK (Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky) operates the Southbank Shuttle, a shuttle service to and from the hotel, retail and entertainment districts in downtown Cincinnati (central business district), The Banks, and Newport and Covington, Kentucky. TANK also services Boone, Campbell and Kenton Counties in Northern Kentucky. (859) 331-TANK http://www.tankbus.org

Streetcar Info

The Banks is located along the Cincinnati Streetcar route. This new 4-mile transportation loop will link The Banks to Fountain Square in the central business district up to Findlay Market on the northern edge of Downtown Cincinnati. Construction began in early 2013. For details on the exact route, construction, and opening timelines, click here.