Today’s Headlines

  • City Council Approves Streetcar Extension Feasibility Study (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • Akron Looking to Put High Crash Streets on Road Diet (WKYC)
  • Regional Planners Call for Upgrades to Midway Cycle Track (Plain Dealer)
  • ODOT Spending $2.3 Million on Road “Improvements” for Cars Only (Hamilton Journal-News)
  • Cincinnati Continuing to Examine Market-Based Pricing for On-Street Parking (Business Courier)
  • Instead of Ongoing Charity Cases, Let’s Just Build an Accessible City (NextSTL)
  • BRT Alternatives to Light Rail Aren’t Always Cheaper (Hampton Roads)

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SORTA May Fire Private Streetcar Operator Due to Ongoing Struggles (Enquirer) Cincinnati City Council Looking at Ways to Speed Up Streetcar (Business Courier) Cleveland Looking at Three Streets for Pilot Midway Cycle Track (Plain Dealer) Transport Engineer: Dayton Making Cincy Envy Its Bike Network Planning Athens Celebrates Completion of Columbus Road Bike Path Extension (Messenger) […]

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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 […]

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SORTA Board Member Jack Painter Likens Sustainability Program to Hitler Advocacy (Cincinnati Enquirer) DiSalle Bridge Replacement Moving Forward as Single-Mode Project (Toledo Blade) Workers Dream of Closed Construction Zones Where Fear of Cars Disappears (Beacon Journal) City Continues Fruitless Effort of Widening Roads to Reduce Congestion (Columbus Dispatch) Are These Planned Apartments Really Walkable as Developer Claims? […]

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Will Cincinnati Go Bold With Liberty Street Road Diet? (Soapbox) Ohio’s First Protected Bike Lane Found to Be Safe and Effective (WCPO) Can Central Ohio’s Transportation Network Keep Pace With Population Growth? (Dispatch) Ride-Hailing Service Lyft Returns to Columbus (The Lantern) Developers Planning Massive Renovation of Historic Downtown High-Rise (Business Journal) Google and U.S. DOT […]

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COTA Pushing Hard to Win Voter Approval on Transit Levy Renewal (ThisWeekNews) Six People Walking or Biking Have Been Killed By Drivers in Cincinnati in Past Month (WCPO) Lucas County Improves Signage on Dangerous, Heavily-Cycled Road, But Not Design (Blade) Will Akron Score Big Again in This Year’s Knight Cities Challenge? (Beacon Journal) Walkable, Mixed-Use Development Coming to […]