Today’s Headlines

  • 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 White Castle on High Street (Business First)
  • Cincinnati Building First of Its Kind Brewing Heritage Trail (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • Like Many Others, Elon Musk Is Blinded By False Reality of Congestion (D Magazine)

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Could Rail Transit Possibly Return to Lake County? (News-Herald) John Cranley: Planned Bike Trail Would Be Valuable Downtown Connector (Cincinnati Enquirer) Traffic Changes Tied to Public Square Overhaul Coming as Soon as March 1 (Plain Dealer) Sub-Zero Temps Don’t Stop Bicycling Commuter (Cincinnati Enquirer) Developer Planning Even More Housing for Downtown Columbus (Business First) Coworking Venture […]

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NKY Working Hard to Extend Cincinnati Streetcar Across Ohio River (Enquirer) Will Columbus Voters Approval “Critical” Transit Tax Levy Renewal? (ThisWeekNews) Brunswick Weighs Entering Into NE Ohio Regional Transit System (Plain Dealer) Wasson Way Trail Lands $750,000 Federal Grant (Business Courier) OKI Continues to Embark on Road Widening Projects (99.3 Eagle) Should Transit Focus Only on […]

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Toledo Proposes New $32 Million Citywide Bike Plan (Action News) Brent Spence Bridge Project May Grab Big Funding From Transportation Bill (Business Courier) Plain Dealer Dives Into Funding Mechanisms Behind Federal Transpo Package State Grant to Fund Multi-Use Trail Near Tipp City School (Daily News) Cincinnati Looking for $37 Million to Build Next Phase of The Banks (Enquirer) […]

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Millennials Opting for Car-Free Transportation in Cleveland (WOIO) COTA Adding Branded Signage at Cleveland Avenue CMAX Stations (Business First) Letter to the Editor: Planned Trail Offers Benefits for Students (Akron Leader) Flexibility on Streetcar Operating Agreement Could Save Taxpayer Dollars (Cincinnati Enquirer) Future of Transit Hub for Elderly, Disabled in Doubt Following Lawsuit (Dayton Daily News) Slower VMT Growth Is the […]

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Downtown Cincinnati Thrives as Riots’ Memories Recede (New York Times) Ohio State Reviewing Bids for Bike-Sharing Plan (Columbus Dispatch) Tolls for Brent Spence Bridge Remain as Option Despite Objections (River City News) Freight Rail Operator Fights Proposed Bike Trail (Business Courier) Trumbull County Approved for Phase Four of Greenway Bike Trail (Youngstown Vindicator) What Heinen’s First Downtown Store Could […]