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Old Posted Jan 3, 2022, 10:10 PM
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4 stations... it wouldve been the same size as Pittsburgh's anemic system.
Cincinnati's subway, as-built, has three stations (Race St., Liberty St., Brighton Corner). Wall cutouts (but not platform boxes) were built for a fourth station at Mohawk Corner.

The existing cheaply built 2-mile canal subway was intended to extend southward under Walnut St. as a traditional cut-and-cover (requiring extensive underpinning and utility relocation) with a single, very busy station situated between 4th and 5th St. The line was planned to surface onto an el over Pearl St. (now I-71 Ft. Washington Way) with a single elevated station at Butler St., near the north approach to the L&N railroad bridge.

Cincinnati also has the Riverfront Transit Center, which is a very large underground transit facility built to accommodate future rail, but which has only handled buses since it opened in 2003.
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