Today’s Headlines

  • Visions of Cleveland’s Planned Lakefront Pedestrian Bridge (Plain Dealer)
  • New $42 Million Bridge Drawing Protests From Surrounding Neighborhoods (Business Courier)
  • Columnist Fears Perspiration While Commuting to Work By Bike (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Kettering Installing New Signage for Area Bike Trails (WDTN)
  • Village Residents Thrilled to Have Public Bus Service (Yellow Springs News)
  • Cincinnati Continues to Install More Electric Car-Charging Stations (Soapbox)
  • Urban Planners Should Pay More Attention to Artists (Quartz)

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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 […]

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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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Cincinnati’s Long-Anticipated Streetcar to Open to Public September 1 (Business Courier) Dayton Mall Being Sued Over Poorly Located Bus Stops (Daily News) Dayton RTA Looking to Upgrade Fleet With Next Generation Trolley Buses (WDTN) Cleveland Has Hundreds of New Bikes for Bike Patrols, But Lacks Trained Officers (Plain Dealer) Tea Party Passed Law Banning User-Fees From […]

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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 […]