Today’s Headlines

  • Congressman Massie Wants to Cut Transportation Funding for Everything But Roads (River City News)
  • Transit Agency Looking to Finally Improve Connections to Airport (Business Courier)
  • Planned ODOT Spending in Akron Almost Entirely Focused on Road Construction (Akron Leader)
  • City’s Transportation Department Gets $2 Million Boost (Toledo Blade)
  • If Eastern Corridor Is Cancelled, Can Its Funding Be Reallocated Within Cincinnati? (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • COTA Hires Outside Agency to Analyze Its Floundering Bus Tracking System (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Person Driving Car Plows Into Salvation Army Store in Youngstown (WKBN)

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Everything You Need to Know About Bike Month in Cincinnati (WCPO) Cincinnati Resident Thinks Bicyclists Needs Registered License Plates (Enquirer) Cleveland Progressing on Variety of Placemaking Efforts Ahead of RNC (Plain Dealer) Akron Moving Forward With Citywide Road Diet Plans (Crain’s Business) Cleveland Ranked Among America’s Most Troublesome Railroad Crossings List (WKYC) Are Millennials Destined […]

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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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Ohio Is Terrible With Its Transportation Investments (WCPO) Columbus Seeking Input on Long-Range Transportation Plan (Dispatch) Cincinnati Officials Noticing Massive Development Along Streetcar Line (WCPO) Cincy Streetcar Has Tallied More Than 250,000 Rides Already (Business Courier) Akron Leaders View More Walkable Housing in City Center as Priority (Beacon Journal) Implementing a Parking Tax Can Improve Transit […]

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Can a Multi-County Transit Agency in Northeast Ohio Fix Budget Woes? (Plain Dealer) Cincinnati Wants to Give Buses and Streetcars Signal Priority (Enquirer) AMATS Wants to Build on Success, But Waits for Federal Funding (Beacon Journal) Columbus Putting High Street on Another Road Diet (Dispatch) NKY Moves Forward With Development of Bike/Ped Trails Along Riverfront (River City News) Protected Bike Lanes […]