Today’s Headlines

  • Here’s What It’s Like Commuting on Dayton’s New Link Bike-Share (Business Journal)
  • Rigorous Debate on Streetcar and Protected Bike Lanes Is Healthy (WCPO)
  • Is It Unjust to Provide Residential Permit Parking on Public Streets? (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • Residents and Retailers Continue to Flock to Downtown Cleveland (Crain’s Business)
  • Redevelopment of Olympic Swim Club Site Moving Forward (Business First)
  • Better Designed Streets Could Help Solve America’s Affordable Housing Problem (Vox)
  • Republicans in Congress Say a Gas Tax Hike Is “Politically Impossible” (The Hill)

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Akron Planners Banking on Bike Trail Along Former Canal to Boost Economy (Next City) Grant Program Aiming to Breathe New Life Into Main Street (Business Courier) Portion of Great Miami River Bike Trail Reopens in Miamisburg (Daily News) Cincinnati’s Urban Renaissance Expected to Next Hit Avondale (WCPO) White Castle Developing Urban Mixed-Use Project in Short North (Business First) […]

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With Transpo Bill Deadline Looming, Here’s the Business Case for Transit (Business Courier) Akron Looking to Right-Size Streets, Accommodate More Than Just Cars (Akron Leader) Lakewood Man Challenging Police Over What Constitutes a Bike (Plain Dealer) Greene County Votes to Help Fund $100 Million Fix of Dangerous Highway (Dayton Daily News) Sylvania to Attempt Microsurfacing Technique to Reduce Costs, […]

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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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NOACA Looking for Business Support on Infrastructure Aid Requests (Crain’s) Newport on the Levee Ponies Up Cash for Bike-Share Expansion (WCPO) Ohio State to Get Two CoGo Bike-Share Stations After All (Business First) Streets Filled With Potholes Creating Problems for Area Cyclists (WEWS) Debate Raging About Need for $42 Million Access Bridge (Cincinnati Enquirer) Active […]

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Ohio Bike and Pedestrian Projects Make Up Tiny Percentage of Spending (Dispatch) Franklinton to Implement Traffic Calming Measures on Broad Street (Business First) Death of Michael Prater Cited as Reason for Cincinnati to Invest in Off-Road Trails (News Record) Cincinnati Says Proposed Early Voting Site Isn’t Transit Accessible (Business Courier) Posh New Hotel in Downtown Cleveland to […]

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Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black Thinks Jeff Speck Is Clueless (Business Courier) University of Toledo Launches Bike-Share Program (Blade) ODOT Found Not To Be at Fault in Teen SUV Passenger’s Death (Dispatch) Feds Deny $30 Million TIGER Request for Elmore Street Bridge (WCPO) Five Cincinnati Brewers to Make Streetcar-Inspired Beers (Business Courier) Do Rail Transit Stations Encourage […]