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  • Residents Risk Life and Limb on Northside Streets as Cincy Officials Dither (WVXU)
  • ODOT Aims to Make Downtown Xenia Hospitable to Walking and Biking (Dayton Daily News)
  • Can Cleveland’s Transit System Woo Amazon? (WKSU)
  • Cincinnati Scraps Pedestrian Bridge to Music Hall (WCPO)
  • New Plan Proposed for Cleveland Waterfront After Pedestrian Bridge Plan Stalls (Plain Dealer)
  • Amtrak Ad Campaign Targets Airline Customers (The Hill)
  • U.S. DOT Approves $55 Million for Low-Emission Transit Vehicles (Mass Transit Magazine)

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  • Planning “Underway” for Columbus to Chicago High Speed Rail (Columbus Underground)
  • Centerville Uses Garbage Trucks to Protect Protesters (WVXU)
  • Dayton RTA Partners With Sinclair Community College for Reduced-Cost Passes (The Clarion)
  • Cincy Streetcar Ramps Up Service for Oktoberfest (WCPO)
  • Driver Injures Teen Bicyclist in Plain Twp. — No Charges (Akron Beacon-Journal)
  • Cleveland.com Scopes Out Best Fall Bike Rides

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  • Bike Advocates Push for 100 Miles of Trails in Cincinnati (WCPO)
  • Cincinnati Mayoral Candidates Clash Over Transit Solutions (WVXU)
  • RTA Transit Police Say Fare Collection Policy Is Discriminatory (Cleveland Scene)
  • Cleveland Mayoral Candidates Silent on Region’s Transportation Issues (Bike Cleveland)
  • Cincy Streetcar Victimized by Poor Street Management … (Next City)
  • … While City Council Members Complain About Service (WVXU)
  • Can LA Officials Sell Residents on Congestion Pricing? (KPCC)
  • DC Metro: Fewer Delays at the Expense of Longer Headways (WaPo)

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  • Columbus Doesn’t Have the Transit to Woo Amazon HQ2 (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Pop-Up Bike Lanes Coming to Downtown Cleveland (Play Euclid)
  • Lack of Intercity Transportation Options Plagues Dayton (Dayton Daily News)
  • Akron’s Plan for Innerbelt Transformation Still Unclear (WKSU)
  • Mini Library, Colorful Seating Enliven Towpath Trail (WKSU)
  • Tri-State Trails Sponsoring Bike Ride With Cincinnati City Council Candidates
  • Mesa Wants Light Rail to Chandler (East Valley Tribune)
  • Light Rail Line Between DC and Richmond Moves Forward (Free Lance-Star)

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  • Pols Propose Roundabout to Calm Traffic at Cincy Intersection (CityBeat)
  • How Many Cincy Streetcar Predictions Proved True? (WCPO)
  • New LEDs Light Up Toledo Sidewalks (Toledo Blade)
  • Cyclists Flock to Cleveland Shoreway for Annual Night Ride (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • What Happens When the Government Thinks Bikes Are Toys, Not Transportation (Dayton Daily News)
  • Move Over, Rail: Busses are the ‘Hottest Trend in Transit’ (Governing)

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