Today’s Headlines

  • Ohio’s Metro Regions Aren’t That Much More Densely Populated Than Those in South (Geovisualist)
  • Hardin County Commissioners Consider Pros and Cons of Inter-City Passenger Rail (Lima News)
  • Cleveland RTA Just Added 90 Clean Natural Gas Buses to Its Fleet (WOIO)
  • City Council Favors Idea of Higher Density, More Walkable Development (Business Courier)
  • New Bike Tour Gives Riders a Chance to View Murals, Historic Architecture (Enquirer)
  • Do Light Rail and Gentrification Go Hand in Hand? (Seattle Weekly)
  • Why Is Funding Amtrak Always Such a Political Struggle? (Washington Post)

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Planning to Begin on Columbus-Chicago Rail Service (WSBT) Is Inter-City Passenger Rail Returning to Oxford? (Patch) There’s No Reason to Pit Bus and Streetcar Riders Against One Another (Enquirer) Cleveland RTA Facing $30 Million Shortfall Due to Lack of State Funding (Plain Dealer) Are Roundabouts the Right Solution for Newport’s Traffic Problem? (WCPO) Cities That […]

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Discussion of Dedicated Transit Lanes in Downtown Cincy Gain Traction (Business Courier) Cleveland RTA Testing Out New Bus Technology to Improve Safety (Plain Dealer) Covington Celebrates Opening of Renovated Transit Center (River City News) Grove City Hoping to Land $2.4 Million Grant to Build New Bike Path (Dispatch) Cincinnati Streetcar Connecting People as Well as […]

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Business Coalition Growing for Daily CIN-CHI Rail Service (WCPO) Dispatch: Vote Yes on Columbus Transit Tax Levy Cleveland Talk Radio Guy Slammed for Saying He’d Like to Murder Cyclists (Plain Dealer) ODOT Finally Nearing Completion on Inner-Belt Bridge (WKYC) State’s ODPS Division Hoping New App Will Improve Safety Along Roadways (Independent) Redesigning Crosswalks Could Make Cities […]

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COTA Looking at Possible Light Rail Lines for Future Expansion (WOSU) State Transportation Officials Blast Idea of Another Cincinnati Beltway (River City News) Changes in Transportation Choices Needed to Improve Air Quality (Plain Dealer) New Bikeway Project in Piqua Remains in Limbo (Daily Call) New Rickenbacker Shuttle Bus Service Off to Great Start (ThisWeek) Some Cities Are […]

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Elected Officials Failing Cleveland When It Comes to Transportation (Crain’s Business) Will Bus Drivers for Cincinnati’s Largest Transit Agency Go on Strike? (WCPO) Akron Doesn’t Need an Airport as Much as It Needs Inter-City Rail (Beacon Journal) Walkability of Dublin’s Bridge Park Seen as Recruitment Tool (Business First) Christian Moerlein Celebrating Arrival of Cincy’s Second Streetcar […]

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The Rail Business Is a Tough One for Cleveland RTA and Many Others (Crain’s Business) ODOT May Lose $1.3 Billion in Federal Funding (WCPO) Chillicothe Looking to Provide New Public Transportation Options (Gazette) Neighborhood Leaders Want to Create Pedestrian Street Through OTR (Business Courier) Can Cincinnati Land General Electric’s HQ Along Streetcar Line? (Enquirer) Seven Cities […]