Today’s Headlines

  • Downtown Cincinnati Thrives as Riots’ Memories Recede (New York Times)
  • Ohio State Reviewing Bids for Bike-Sharing Plan (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Tolls for Brent Spence Bridge Remain as Option Despite Objections (River City News)
  • Freight Rail Operator Fights Proposed Bike Trail (Business Courier)
  • Trumbull County Approved for Phase Four of Greenway Bike Trail (Youngstown Vindicator)
  • What Heinen’s First Downtown Store Could Mean for Cleveland (Plain Dealer)
  • What the Last Four U.S. Presidents Have Done for Bicycling (Next City)

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How Many Cleveland Road Repaving Projects Incorporate Bike Lanes? (Plain Dealer) 3.2-Mile Extension of Little Miami Bike Trail Brings It Closer to Downtown Cincy (Business Courier) New Trail in Hamilton Adds to City’s Quality of Life (Daily News) Cleveland Is Hoping New Technology Will Help Fight Urban Blight (Next City) Cincinnati Got Hosed on Its […]

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The Days of Akron’s Front Street as a Pedestrian Mall May Soon Be Over (Beacon Journal) Riverfront Commons Trail Lands $1.6 Million in Funding (Enquirer) Developer Has Big Plans for Cleveland Lakefront (Crain’s Business) Columbus Outpacing Its Suburbs When It Comes to New Home Construction (Business First) What Could Potential City/County Merger Mean for Dayton-Area Transportation? […]

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Could Rail Transit Possibly Return to Lake County? (News-Herald) John Cranley: Planned Bike Trail Would Be Valuable Downtown Connector (Cincinnati Enquirer) Traffic Changes Tied to Public Square Overhaul Coming as Soon as March 1 (Plain Dealer) Sub-Zero Temps Don’t Stop Bicycling Commuter (Cincinnati Enquirer) Developer Planning Even More Housing for Downtown Columbus (Business First) Coworking Venture […]

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How Should We Judge the Performance of the Cincy Streetcar? (WCPO) Dayton RTA Workers Plan to Strike on January 1 (WHIO) New Commuter Buses Might Draw More “Choice Riders” to Metro (Business Courier) Nobody Seems to Know What the Future Holds for Licking River Greenway (River City News) More Apartments Coming to Downtown Dayton as New […]