Today’s Headlines

  • State Sen. Bill Seitz Threatens Akron, Toledo With Funding Cuts Over Traffic Safety Cams (Plain Dealer)
  • Cincy Red Bike Posts Record Ridership in First Six Months of Operation (WLWT)
  • Dayton to Launch 24-Station Bike Share System in May (WDTN)
  • New Sidewalks, Bike Lanes Being Added as Part of Argyle Park Roadway Work (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Instead of Investing in Other Modes, Ohio to Restrict Truckers on Highways (Dayton Daily News)
  • Boulevard Strategies Hoping to Improve Ohio’s Walkable Business Districts (Business First)
  • Bike Lanes Aren’t Just for Hipsters; They’re a Social Justice Issue (Grist)

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One Cincinnati Resident Thinks Bike Lanes Cause Air Pollution (Enquirer) NKU Partners With Gotcha Bike, Not Red Bike, For New Bike-Share System (WCPO) Instead of Improving Service, SARTA Spending Money on Hydrogen Buses (Repository) Warren County Considering Adding Density in Car-Dependent Area (Daily News) These Six Projects Are Changing the Dynamic of Downtown Dayton (Business Journal) […]

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ODOT to Include Separated Bike and Pedestrian Path on Expanded Stroad (Business Courier) Ohio Judge Rules Against Cleveland’s Ability to Regulate According to Walkable Design (Plain Dealer) University of Cincinnati Professor Talks of Importance of Active Spaces in City Design (WVXU) Compact Walkability of Dayton Breathing New Life Into NKY River City (WCPO) Developers Cite Walkability, Transit […]

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Dayton Link Bike-Share System Logs More Than 1,300 Rides in First Week (WDTN) Mayor Nan Whaley Urging Congress to Pass a Six-Year Transportation Bill (New York Times) Annual Ride of Silence Honors Those Injured or Killed While Riding Bicycles (Columbus Dispatch) TARTA to Install Solar Array on Its Main Bus Garage (Toledo Blade) The Banks Developers Ready […]

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Columbus Drivers Still Getting Used to New Downtown Bike Lanes (Dispatch) Former Railroad Bridge to Be Torn Down, Not Repurposed as Bike Path (Blade) Warren County to Establish Loop Bus Service in Lebanon (Daily News) Cincy Leading the Way in Use of P3s to Redevelop City Center (Urban Land Magazine) Can Ohio Look to Dayton as […]