Today’s Headlines

  • What Dayton’s Investment in Biking Means for the Future (Business Journal)
  • SARTA Now Offering Trip Planning Through Google Transit Maps (Clapway)
  • What Opportunities Exist for Cyclists as City Looks to Fix Its Roadways? (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • Annual TOSRV Event Continues to Grow in Popularity (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Police Issue No Citations or Charges to Driver Who Hit 4-Year-Old Riding Bike (Plain Dealer)
  • Transit Advocates Need to Quit “Mode Shaming” (Greater Greater Washington)
  • As Livable Streets Movement Grows, So Does the Repurposing of Alleys (Governing)

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Here’s What It’s Like to Move to Cincinnati and Live Car-Free (Cincyopolis) Parking Permit Fails Again Due to Disagreement Over Pricing (WCPO) Youngstown to Spend $2.5 Million on Barely Used Road to Fix One Culvert (WKBN) Lebanon Looking for State Aid to Build Bike Park (Daily News) Avondale to Get Grocery Store Accessible by Bike, […]

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Going Car-Free in Cincinnati Isn’t as Hard as You Think (Enquirer) Greater Dayton RTA Readying for HQ Renovation (Business Journal) Ohio Inspector General Reports Use of Substandard Asphalt on ODOT Projects (Sentinel-Tribune) February 1 Deadline Set for Cincy Streetcar’s Revenue Projections (Enquirer) Knight Foundation Awards $500K to Akron for Towpath Enhancements (Plain Dealer) Federal Law […]

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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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Cleveland’s Looming Rail Shutdown

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In the next few years, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) may be compelled to shut down one or all of its three rail lines just as millennials and real estate developers are repopulating city neighborhoods and making rail more cost-effective here. That bright future may be derailed by multiple factors converging at the […]