Today’s Headlines

  • Cleveland’s Opportunity Corridor to Include Protected Bike Lane After All (WKYC)
  • $9 Million Bridge Rebuild Project May Result in Demolition of Abandoned Buildings (Dayton Daily News)
  • Driver of SUV Runs Over Elderly Man, Twice, in Shopping Center Crosswalk (WCPO)
  • How Much Should We Program Our Public Park Spaces? (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • Cleveland Bus Drivers to Dress as Musicians This Week for Rock Hall of Fame Inductions (WHTC)
  • New Development Should Be Focused Around Transit (Metropolitan Planning Council)
  • Janette Sadik-Khan: We Need to Change Our Transport Policies as Fast as Possible (Next City)

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SORTA to Build New Transit Hub in Northside (Business Courier) How to Get Cleveland to a More Bike-Friendly Future (CleveScene) LINK Bike Share to Stay Open Through Winter (WDTN) 9 Parks and Trail Ideas That Cincinnati Should Steal From Other Cities (WCPO) New Townhome Development to Capitalize on Proximity to Blue Line (Plain Dealer) We Price […]

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How Should We Judge the Performance of the Cincy Streetcar? (WCPO) Dayton RTA Workers Plan to Strike on January 1 (WHIO) New Commuter Buses Might Draw More “Choice Riders” to Metro (Business Courier) Nobody Seems to Know What the Future Holds for Licking River Greenway (River City News) More Apartments Coming to Downtown Dayton as New […]

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ODOT Kills Critical Component of Eastern Corridor Project (Enquirer) TARTA Makes It Official and Votes to Increase Bus Fares by 25 Percent (Toledo Blade) SORTA Comes to Terms With Union on Streetcar Operations Agreement (Business Courier) Lack of Repair Continues to Plague Third Street Bridge (Plain Dealer) As More People Move to Downtown Dayton, Retailers Adjusting Accordingly […]

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Ohio House Rejects Governor’s Call for Meager Transit Spending Increase (Plain Dealer) Youngstown Continues Process of Reinventing Its Downtown (New York Times) “Governments Should Adopt a Fix-it-First Approach to Our Roads and Bridges” (Enquirer) Cincinnati’s First Streetcar Vehicles Will Arrive in September (WCPO) Ride-Sharing Services Growing in Popularity in Akron (Beacon Journal) Commissioners Approve $12.1 Million […]