Community Relations - Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky

Community Relations

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TANK is committed to forming partnerships with the diverse members of the Northern Kentucky community. We frequently coordinate with the many city governments throughout Northern Kentucky and Southwest Ohio. Active associations with the Chamber of Commerce, the OKI Regional Council of Governments, the Northern Kentucky Workforce Investment Board, NKU, Gateway, BE NKY, Southbank Partners and countless neighborhood groups have strengthened our community bonds.

Employee Commitment

TANK employees are committed to strengthening Northern Kentucky. Our passengers and employees live and work in this community so enhancing the quality of life in this region is part of what we do every day. Whether it is disaster assistance, school transportation or access to jobs for everyone, TANK plays an important role. Strong involvement with our passengers and the communities in which they live is key to our success.

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Safe Place

TANK vehicles are designated as a Safe Place, participating in the national Safe Place program. All Supervisors are trained volunteers, able to assist any youth in crisis that needs to utilize the Safe Place program. Every TANK vehicle displays the Safe Place logo prominently.

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Stuff the Bus

Each year, TANK participates in a ‘Stuff the Bus’ event, with partner Remke Markets. The food collected supports the local foodbank at Be Concerned and helps local Covington residents in need.

Cincinnati Connector – Streetcar

Exploring both NKY and Cincinnati is now easier and more affordable with connections between TANK service and the Cincinnati Connector – Streetcar! Visit The Connector – Streetcar ( for their full hours and info.