Today’s Headlines

  • Ohio to Spend More on Private Planes for State Leaders Than Entire Transit Budget (WOSU)
  • Dayton Celebrates Launch of Link Bike-Share System Today (WDTN)
  • Park Expansion Results in Trail Connections to Cleveland and Elsewhere (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • Removing More Buses From Congested High Street a Smart Choice (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Levy Supporting Lake Erie Transit Will Ride on Low Voter Turnout (Toledo Blade)
  • School Buses to Receive GPS Tracking System for Real-Time Arrival Info (Plain Dealer)
  • A New Approach for Financing Transit-Oriented Developments (TheCityFix)

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Poll Says Hamilton County Voters Would Reject Tax Increase to Fund Transit (Business Courier) Data Show Pedestrian Deaths Surged in 2015 (newsnet5) Metro RTA to Launch Two New Free Downtown Buses Routes This Year (Beacon Journal) Parma Heights Approves Transit Services to Improve Mobility Options for Seniors (Plain Dealer) UC Team Reaches Final Round of Hyperloop Design Competition […]

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Ohio Needs to Invest in Transit to Grow Sluggish Economy (Plain Dealer) Is SORTA’s Transit Levy Destined for Failure? (Business Courier) Cincinnati’s Regional Bus Network in Need of $1 Billion Upgrade (Enquirer) Congress Needs to Pony Up for Ohio Infrastructure (Business First) Should Ohio Toll the New Brent Spence Bridge? (WCPO) To Make Buses “Cool,” […]

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How Derek Bauman Became Cincinnati’s Unlikely Public Transit Spokesperson (Soapbox) TARTA to Ask Voters for 10-Year Levy Renewal This November (Blade) Transit Riders See Pros and Cons of Buses in Public Square (Plain Dealer) Here’s How Bike Infrastructure Stacks Up Around Columbus Neighborhoods (Alive) Safety Improvements on the Way for Loveland Bike Trail (Enquirer) Could Smarter […]

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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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Will Trump Address Brent Spence Bridge in Today’s Speech? (WCPO) Dayton RTA OKs Guns on Buses (Dayton Daily News) Cincinnati City Council Holds Special Meeting to Flesh Out Streetcar Budget (WVXU) Streets Open to People as Thousands Flock to Columbus Arts Festival (Business First) Parking Restrictions Make Transit Most Sensible Option for Getting to Game 3 (WKYC) Uber […]