Today’s Headlines

  • Charleta Tavares: U.S. Spends Too Much on Military, Not Enough on Transportation (Huffington Post)
  • Transportation Review Advisory Council Approves Another $268M for Opportunity Corridor (Plain Dealer)
  • Developers Are Nearly Sold Out of Condos Along Cincinnati’s Streetcar Line (Business Courier)
  • Akron Hoping Speed Hump Program Will Slow People Driving Cars (Akron Beacon Journal)
  • Cleveland’s Benefit From Extra State Transit Funding Will Be Modest at Best (WKSU)
  • Middletown Sees Hope in Revitalizing Its Walkable Neighborhoods (Hamilton Journal-News)
  • More Dynamic Looking Signs Could Help Reduce Risks for People Walking and Biking (Next City)

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Elected Officials Failing Cleveland When It Comes to Transportation (Crain’s Business) Will Bus Drivers for Cincinnati’s Largest Transit Agency Go on Strike? (WCPO) Akron Doesn’t Need an Airport as Much as It Needs Inter-City Rail (Beacon Journal) Walkability of Dublin’s Bridge Park Seen as Recruitment Tool (Business First) Christian Moerlein Celebrating Arrival of Cincy’s Second Streetcar […]

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Akron Narrowing Two Downtown Streets, But Won’t Convert to Two-Way (Beacon Journal) Cincinnati Helping Lead America’s Cycle-Friendly Rise (The Guardian) Community Leaders Believe CMAX Will Bring New Residents to Northland (ThisWeek) Transportation Fixes Dominate 2016 Wish-List for Cleveland Residents (Plain Dealer) City Council Approves Operating Schedule for Cincinnati Streetcar (WVXU) Transportation Secretary Foxx Wants to Use Transit […]

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Will Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley Veto Pro-Streetcar Legislation? (Business Courier) Lack of Transportation Choices Only Exacerbates Segregation (Columbus Dispatch) Funding for Massive $3 Billion Brent Spence Bridge Project Hits Roadblock (WLWT) Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail Will Extend to University of Akron (The Buchtelite) ODOT Approves $10 Million for Railroad Crossing Redesign (Hamilton Journal-News) Dayton Officials Move […]

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Bike Share, Inter-City Rail Initiative Win Best of Cincinnati Awards (CityBeat) 12 Things You Need to Know About Ohio’s New Transportation Budget (Aurora Advocate) Cincinnati Moving Toward More Market-Based Pricing for On-Street Parking (Business Courier) Akron Looking for Public Feedback on Transportation Improvement Plan (Akron Leader) Transit Services Inconsistent for People With Disabilities (Plain Dealer) Designs […]

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Crain’s Business: Ohio Transportation Funding Isn’t Fair or Reasonable Akron to Add New Sidewalks and Bike Lane Along Aqueduct Street (Beacon Journal) Fairfield Hopes Upgrades Will Improve One of America’s Most Dangerous Intersections (WCPO) Car-Oriented Businesses Continued to Get Pushed Out of Short North (Business First) Developer Finishing Off $73 Million Walkable Housing Development in Mariemont […]

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Akron Mayoral Candidate Dan Horrigan Also a Prominent Bike Advocate (Plain Dealer) Traffic Delays Continue to Worsen in Toledo (Blade) Street Racing Becoming More Deadly on Dayton Roadways (Daily News) Developers Are Planning to Add More Walkable Office Space Downtown (Business Journal) Will Cincinnati Freeze Development in One of Its Hottest Neighborhoods? (Business Courier) While Downtown […]