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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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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Kasich, Beshear to Unveil Tolling Plan for Brent Spence Bridge (Cincinnati Enquirer) Lack of Rail Transit Makes Columbus Underdog in 2016 DNC Bid (Columbus Ledger-Enquirer) ODOT Hoping to Complete Second Inner Belt Bridge Ahead of RNC (Cleveland Plain Dealer) Cincinnati Bike Advocacy Group Hiring for Executive Director Position (Queen City Bike) Residents Fighting Proposed Freight Rail […]

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Toledo’s Limited Transportation Network Failing to Connect Workers With Jobs (Toledo Blade) City Leaders Seeking Federal TIGER Funds for Multi-Modal Trail (Business Courier) Area Planning Organization Supports Raising Federal Gas Tax 10 Cents (Akron Beacon Journal) Rocky River Police Department Latest to Roll Out Bike Patrols in NE Ohio (WOIO) Midrise Planned to Take Place of Former […]

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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 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 […]

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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 […]