Today’s Headlines

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  • Kasich to Ohio’s Transit Agencies: Drop Dead (Plain Dealer)
  • Will New Amtrak Stop in Oxford Lay Groundwork for Daily Rail to Chicago? (WCPO)
  • How Many People Rode the Cincy Streetcar in 2016? (Business Courier)
  • COTA’s Discounted Bus Passes Sold Out in One Day (Business First)
  • Covington’s New Mayor Poised to Make Parking Situation Worse (Enquirer)
  • Elaine Chao Hints at Possible Direct Federal Transportation Spending (The Hill)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Negotiations On Hold as Dayton RTA Strike Continues (Daily News)
  • Related: Daily News Explains Strike Sticking Points
  • A Comprehensive Guide to Cincinnati’s Disappearing Skywalk Network (Refined)
  • Grandview Heights Wants to Improve Pedestrian Safety on Goodale Blvd (Business First)
  • New Bicycle Hangout to Open in Cincy’s OTR Neighborhood (WCPO)
  • New Type of Rail Technology Could Help Improve Safety for Cyclists (Treehugger)
  • Would Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Do Anything to Help Cities? (Atlantic)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Pedestrian Deaths Skyrocketed in Columbus in 2016 (Dispatch)
  • Transit Supporters Want City Council to Force Reopening of Cleveland’s Public Square (Plain Dealer)
  • Miami University Matches Oxford’s Funding for New Amtrak Station (Miami Student)
  • Will Cincinnati Pay $800K to Fix a Pedestrian Bridge to a Parking Lot? (Enquirer)
  • Designers, City Officials Looking for Input on W. Bridge Street Corridor (Business First)
  • Why Is America’s Transit So Terrible? (Newsweek)
  • Suburban Sprawl Is Both a Traffic Problem and Health Hazard (Washington Post)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • State Legislative “Task Force” Cops Out on Gas Tax, Transpo Funding (Business First)
  • Enquirer: Cincinnati Needs More Bike Lanes and Transit
  • Cincinnati to Undertake First Downtown Traffic Study in Decades (Enquirer)
  • Feds Appear to Support Columbus to Chicago HSR (WANE)
  • Downtown Dayton’s Walkability Attracting More Apartments (Business Journal)
  • We Can Design Cities Better If We Really Want To (Wired)
  • America Keeps Repeating Urban Highway Mistakes (Vox)

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