Today’s Headlines

  • Toledo Plans to Sue State of Ohio to Keep Red Light Cameras (Toledo Blade)
  • Task Force Calls for Light Rail Connection Between Airport, Downtown Columbus (Business First)
  • Cleveland City Council Approves Deal to Build Pedestrian Bridge to Lakefront (Plain Dealer)
  • Can Genesee & Wyoming Inc. Actually Block Planned Bike Trail? (Business Courier)
  • Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission Supports Columbus to Chicago Rail Plan (Columbus Monthly)
  • Greyhound Rider Stranded at Bus Station: ‘They’re Treating Us Like Animals” (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • An Urban Cycling Guide for Even the Most Skittish Riders (CityLab)

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Thanks to State Legislature, Columbus to Turn Off Red-Light Cameras in March (Columbus Dispatch) Tensions Cool Over Roadway Plan for Proposed East Side Development (Business Courier) Akron Schools Made Private and Charter Students Walk Too Far to Bus Stops (Akron Beacon Journal) Buses Are a Boon, Not a Blockade (Columbus Dispatch) Toledo Paratransit Service to Contract Weekend […]

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Columbus’s Italian Village Seeing Massive Investment Due to Its Ideal Location (Business First) Bike-Share, Streetcar Bringing Development to OTR’s Northern Reaches (Cincinnati Magazine) Public Square Reconstruction Causing Major Slowdowns for Cleveland RTA (Plain Dealer) As ODOT Looks to Expand Roads, Governments Struggle to Maintain the Roads They Have (Toledo Blade) Columbus Mayor Coleman Continues to Lobby for Regional […]

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Democrat James Ragland Says He Would Prioritize Light Rail as Mayor (Columbus Dispatch) Should People Riding Bikes Actually Fear Traversing Streetcar Tracks? (WCPO) Ohio Cuts Alternative Fuel Requirement in Transportation Budget (JDSupra) Cincinnati Puts Mixed-Use Development on Hold (Business Courier) Jackson Street’s Boulevard Design Has Its Roots in 17th Century France (Toledo Blade) LCNB Decides to Build New […]

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Contrary to Rumors, 99 Percent of Streetcar Riders Pay Fare (WVXU) COTA Ditches Downtown-Focused Bus Network for Grid-Based System (Columbus Business First) Hamilton County Commissioners Pledge Nearly $1M for Transportation Projects (Cincinnati Enquirer) Redesigned Bus Network Offers Free Rides for First Week (Columbus Business First) Local Architects Discuss Capping Fort Washington Way (WVXU) Providence Nixes Streetcar For BRT (Providence Journal) Maryland’s Light-Rail […]

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Columbus Offers Free Bus Rides to Free Up Parking Spaces (Columbus Business First) ODOT “Toward Zero Deaths” Conferences Highlight Dangers of Distracted Driving (Toledo Blade) Bus Line Serving Greater Cincinnati Seniors in Jeopardy (WCPO) Variable Speed Limits Coming to Northeastern Ohio Interstate (News-Herald) Indians Fans Flood Rail Lines on Opening Day (Cleveland Plain Dealer) San Diego BRT Lags Behind […]

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Can “Ohio Homecoming” Project Help Turn Around Cleveland’s Inner City? (Cleveland Magazine) Officials Now Calling for Combined Bus, Rail Hub for Downtown (Toledo Blade) More Parking Reforms Appear to Be On Horizon for Cincinnati’s Center City (Business Courier) Columbus to Fix Pedestrian Bridge Following Collapse (Columbus Dispatch) Supporters Rally Once More to Keep Hoosier State […]