Today’s Headlines

  • Why Did State Officials Keep Meeting About Controversial Highway Project Private? (Enquirer)
  • Expanded Wasson Way Project Would Create Major Bike Commuter Route (Business Courier)
  • More Ohio Police Officers Being Trained for Bike Patrols (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Ignoring Everyone But Motorists, ODOT Announces Slew of Road Projects Near Canton (Beacon-Journal)
  • Sylvania Mayor Craig Stough Gushes Over Upcoming Road Resurfacing Projects (Toledo Blade)
  • Negotiations Between SORTA and Potential Streetcar Operator at Impasse (Business Courier)
  • No, How About We Don’t Uber Out Our Bus Systems (Human Transit)
  • Car-Free Lifestyles Are the Secret to Successful Transit Systems (Streets.mn)

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