Today’s Headlines

  • Uptown Leaders Support New Bridge, Remain Quiet on Transit (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • Cleveland Developing Intricate Plan for Shuttling GOP Convention-Goers Around (Plain Dealer)
  • Bicycle Fixit Stations Coming to Area Parks (Toledo Blade)
  • Studies Link Biking, Walking to Those With Happier, Healthier Lives (WCPO)
  • NIMBYs Say Proposed Development for Short North Is “Too Big” (Business First)
  • How Necessary Are Fancy Intermodal Transit Hubs? (Next City)
  • There Is No Such Thing as a “Freeway” (City Observatory)

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How Kasich Is Yanking the Rug From Under Ohio Transit Agencies (Plain Dealer) Is John Cranley Trying to Preemptively Kill Transit Levy? (Business Courier) Ohio Cities Falling Behind Rest of Nation’s Transit Growth (Curbed) Street Improvements on the Way for Historic Columbus Neighborhoods (Business First) Despite Clear Need, Western Hills Viaduct Replacement to Take 10 Years […]

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Ohio’s Beleaguered Public Transit Systems on Edge of Financial Crisis (Plain Dealer) Summit Bike Share Looking to Grow Bicycling Community in Akron (Leader) COTA Hoping to Renew Sales Tax This November (Dispatch) Cleveland in Desperate Need of Multi-County Task Force to Fix Transit Woes (Plain Dealer) Metro Announces Additional Route Changes and Frequencies (WCPO) U.S. […]

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Cleveland RTA Staring Down Major Repair Backlog (Crain’s Business) The Challenges of Transit in Cincinnati (WVXU) Cities Around America Respond to Cleveland’s Backward Bike Lane (CleveScene) Real Estate Acquisitions Picking Up Pace Around MLK Interchange (Business Courier) Miamisburg Company Awarded Large Contract for Transit System in Saudi Arabia (Business Journal) Cycling Could Save Cities $25 […]

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CMAX Bus Rapid Transit Line Gets Federal Funding Boost (Dispatch) Traffic Deaths on Ohio Roadways Increase in 2015, Officials Looking For Answers (WKBN) TARTA Works Out One-Year Service Agreement With Spencer Township (Blade) Brunswick Approves Transit Contract Renewal With Medina County Public Transit (Plain Dealer) Townhomes Selling Surprisingly Well in Downtrodden Yet Walkable Neighborhood (WCPO) What […]

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Ohio’s Major Cities Fail Miserably in Terms of Public Transit Accessibility (FiveThirtyEight) Developer Planning $100 Million Project Along Cincy’s Streetcar Line (Business Courier) Clark County to Privatize Transit Service for People With Disabilities (News-Sun) Dayton-Area Communities Receive $1.5 Million for Biz District Upgrades (Business Journal) Cincy’s Urban-Focused Development Approach Making It More Attractive to Millennials (WCPO) Transit Openings […]

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State Lawmakers Threaten Saturday, Nighttime Bus Service in Canton (Canton Repository) Ohio Transit Agencies Can’t Absorb Federal Tax Change That Will Cut Millions (Plain Dealer) Will Downtown Kroger Avoid Cincy Streetcar Tax? (Cincinnati Business Courier) Cleveland and Other “Comeback” Cities Need Transit to Grow Equitably (CityLab) Akron Closes Streets to Cars, and People See Neighborhoods in New Light (WKSU) Sound […]