Last year Nate Wessel unveiled the Cincinnati Frequent Transit Map, a pocket size map of Greater Cincinnati’s all-day transit services. Unlike most maps, it highlights frequency of service, showing not only where a line runs but how long you can expect to wait for it. The map was a huge success. With the help of Kickstarter and more than a hundred donors (and a guest post on this humble blog), Nate raised more than a $1000 beyond his fundraising goal: enough to print 30,000 maps. Within less than a year he’s distributed all of them. Now he’s back at it with an updated map and a goal: $1,200 for 20,000 maps. Please help him by making a donation, ensuring “that public transit remains a visible, viable and comprehensible option in Greater Cincinnati”.
Your donation matters. Visit the map’s donation page to help make Cincinnati a more accessible city!