Today’s Headlines

  • Ohio Highway Funding Plan Lacks a Clear Road Map (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Suburban Home Builders Cancel Annual Home Show in Favor of City Showcase (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • University of Cincinnati to Develop Innovation Center Near New, Urban Interchange (Business Courier)
  • Mercer Commons Development Serves as Game-Changer for Over-the-Rhine (WCPO)
  • First Local Bike Swap Is Coming (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Why It’s So Hard to Punish Drivers Who Kill Pedestrians (Salon)
  • The Myth That Everyone Naturally Prefers Trains to Buses (CityLab)

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Cincinnati Mayoral Candidate With Ambitious Transit Plan Wins Primary (Business Courier) Columbus’ City School Boosts Funding for Transporting Homeless Children (Columbus Dispatch) Check Out the Designs for Cincy Multi-Modal Path’s First Mile (Business Courier) Short North Streets Poised for Transformation (Columbus Dispatch) Penn Station’s Summer Outlook: Delays, Disruptions (AP) Truck Collisions Increasingly Clog Up Los Angeles Freeways (KPCC) More headlines at Streetsblog USA

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Hamilton County Commissioner Proposes Regional Bus System (Cincinnati Enquirer) Cincinnati Could Open Transit Center to Ease Congestion for Streetcar Near Banks (WVXU) Columbus Schools Superintendent Spells Out Sidewalk Rights (Columbus Dispatch) Tracks Will Need to Close for NYC Penn Station Repairs, Officials Say (NYT) LA Mayor Pushes for More Spending to Reduce Traffic Deaths; Activists Want […]

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Monthly Streetcar Pass Finally Approved (Cincinnati Business Courier) ODOT Rarely Awards Contracts to Minority-Owned Businesses (WCPO) RTA Reroutes Several West Side Busses (Cleveland Plain Dealer) Richard Florida Warns Columbus of Growing Economic Segregation (Columbus Dispatch) Cincinnati Democrats Snub Transit Advocate in City Council Race (Cincinnati Business Courier) WMATA Falls Well Short of Diversity Contracting Mark (WaPo) Massachusetts State […]

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Do Cincinnati Politicians Have the Will to Do Parking Right? (Cincinnati Enquirer) Related: No More Parking Meter Increases, Say Cincinnati City Council Members (WVXU) Related: As Cincy Pols Pander to Drivers, People Who Depend on Buses Are On Their Own (Local 12) Smart City Grant Funds “Decarbonization” of Columbus Vehicles (Columbus Dispatch) Brent Spence Bridge Tolling Plans Causing Ruckus in Northern Kentucky […]

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Will Open-Container Districts in Suburbs Encourage Drunk Driving? (Cincinnati Enquirer) Surprisingly, ODOT Officials Like Bike Path Design for Opportunity Corridor (Plain Dealer) Ohio Lawmakers Doing Everything They Can to Get Drivers on the Road (Columbus Dispatch) Lack of Road Infrastructure a Problem for SE Ohio (The Athens Post) Young Tech Professionals Pouring Into Downtown Cincinnati […]

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Fixing Transportation Should Not Depend on Taxing Foreign Profits (Cleveland Plain Dealer) Ohio’s New Transportation Budget May Boost Public Transit (Columbus Dispatch) New Bike Lanes Intended to Slow Traffic (Columbus Dispatch) Ohio River Trail Council Readies for Next Phase (Tribune-Review) No More Free Parking for Valet Companies in Center City (Cincinnati Enquirer) Forum Discusses Lack of […]