Petitions are circulating around Cincinnati to put the streetcar project before voters for a third time.
Cincinnati City Council has voted to immediately halt spending on the 133 million streetcar project.
Federal Transit Administrator Peter Rogoff says the city of Cincinnati will have to return 44.9 million dollars if Mayor-elect John Cranley fulfills his promise to kill the municipal streetcar project.
Cincinnati City Manager Milton Dohoney says he will resign on December 1st, when the new mayor and overhauled City Council take office.
More rails for Cincinnati's streetcar was delivered Monday despite the 133 million project's uncertain future.
Supporters of the apparently doomed Cincinnati streetcar project are planning a town hall meeting to mobilize against Mayor-elect John Cranley.
Cincinnati Mayor-elect John Cranley is vowing to end the city's planned streetcar project.
Cincinnati city council is expected to officially approve an additional 17.4 million dollars for the streetcar project.
A power company has sued Cincinnati, saying the company should not have to pay to relocate utility lines for a streetcar project.
Construction bids for the Cincinnati streetcar project have come in 26 to 43 million dollars over budget.
Cincinnati city officials say the streetcar project has been delayed again, this time to the spring of 2016.