Today’s Headlines

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  • TARTA Will Try Tax Plan Again in 2018 (Toledo Blade)
  • Why Not Replace Cincy Pedestrian Bridge With a Safe Street-Level Crossing? (WCPO)
  • NE Ohio Planning Organization Receives $300K for Multimodal Initiatives (Plain Dealer)
  • Akron Eyes $12 Million for Complete Streets Makeover (Akron Beacon Journal)
  • Recent College Grads Dream Up Transportation Solutions for Refugees (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Caltrain Electrification Project Breaks Ground (East Bay Times)
  • Macon Transit Agency Weighs County Takeover (Macon Telegraph)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Key Cincinnati Bridge Nears Completion (WCPO)
  • Upper Arlington Bike Trail Provides Crucial Missing Link (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Cuyahoga Falls Pedestrian Corridor Closes, Will Reopen With Cars in Spring (WKSU)
  • Where Are the New Metro Transit Centers? (Urban Cincy, WCPO)
  • Poet Pens Rhymes to Save Bus Routes (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • Why Is Everyone Falling for Hyperloop Hype? (Baltimore Sun)
  • Lyft Shuttle Is a Bus — One That Doesn’t Serve Poor People (Chicago Tribune)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • More Ticket Vending Headaches for Cincy Streetcar (Fox 19)
  • Another Leg of Ohio-to-Erie Bike Trail Opens in Columbus (Columbus Business First)
  • “Structurally Sound” Bridges Aren’t Necessarily Safe (WCPO)
  • Cleveland Indians Set Up Uber Drop-Off Space Outside Ballpark (WKYC)
  • Politician, Toledo Blade Succeed in Getting Motorists’ Speeding Tickets Dismissed
  • Delhi Metro Staff Stage Sit-in for Fair Wages (Hindustan Times)
  • GoldLine Extension Clashes With Existing Metrolink Route in San Bernadino (KPCC)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Scrap Brent Spence Bridge Mega-Project and Start Over, Says NKY Mayor (NKY Tribune)
  • Columbus Micro-Transit Rule Allows Ridesharing Company to Thrive (Columbus Business First)
  • Is a SW Ohio Regional Transit Authority Possible? (CityBeat)
  • Western Hills Viaduct Reopens After Debris Fell on Car (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • Cincy Streetcar Director Accepts Job on East Coast (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • Framingham Eyes Multimodal Network With New Planning Document (MetroWest Daily News)
  • Allegations of Racist Firing Practices Dog DC Metro (WaPo)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • TARTA Sales Tax Plan Runs Into Trouble in Sylvania (Toledo Blade)
  • U.S. House Restores Funding for NE Ohio Towpath Improvements (Plain Dealer)
  • This Greater Cincinnati City Is Finally Getting Sidewalks (WCPO)
  • Will Updated Appraisal Stymie Dayton “High Line”? (Dayton Daily News)
  • Defunct Rail Cars Will Soon House Akron Artists (Plain Dealer)
  • New Streetcar, Bike-Share Prove Popular in Detroit (Detroit Free Press)
  • NYC Subway Track Fire Injures 9, Causes Delays (NYT)

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What Are the Drivers of Driving Alone?

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In the midst of running my statistical analyses for last week’s post on why fireworks are almost as trash as I am, I caught the statistical analysis bug and wanted to keep running regressions. Naturally, I decided to look at a dataset that I use frequently for my job and which I had recently been parsing through yet again – the American Community Survey’s means of transportation to work data.
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