Today’s Headlines

  • While Columbus Commute Times May Be Low, Mobility Options Are Few (Dispatch)
  • Lane Closes and Speed Limit Drops Today on West Shoreway (Plain Dealer)
  • Rural Areas Must Approach Transportation Planning With a Different Mindset (Lima News)
  • How Much Does It Cost to Build a Parking Space in Cincinnati? (Cincyopolis)
  • Urban Transit Systems Struggle to Keep Pace as Demand Grows (Columbus CEO)
  • Can Redensifying Older Cities Help Control Their Sprawling Tendencies? (EfficientGov)
  • Is It Possible for Lyft and Uber to Solve America’s Carpooling Problem? (Time)

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Regional Leaders: It’s Time to Increase Funding for Transportation (Cincinnati Enquirer) RTA Breaks Ground on $16.5 Million Brookpark Station Reconstruction (Plain Dealer) Columbus Looking for Someone to Fill Empty General Manager Spot at CoGo (Business First) Ohio May Soon Allow Pedestrians to Roam With Alcohol in Special Districts (Toledo Blade) Grocery Store Chain Takes $10 Million Gamble […]

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With 207 Percent Ridership Growth Since 2000, Is Springfield Ohio’s Top Bicycling City? (News-Sun) Columbus Looking to Follow Charlotte’s Lead When It Comes to Transit (Columbus CEO) It’s Time For Ohio to Get Serious About Punishing Distracted Driving (Plain Dealer) Ohio University Helps Fund Construction of Complete Street (Athens News) Cincinnati Fire Department Prepared to Deal With Overhead Streetcar […]

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Can “Ohio Homecoming” Project Help Turn Around Cleveland’s Inner City? (Cleveland Magazine) Officials Now Calling for Combined Bus, Rail Hub for Downtown (Toledo Blade) More Parking Reforms Appear to Be On Horizon for Cincinnati’s Center City (Business Courier) Columbus to Fix Pedestrian Bridge Following Collapse (Columbus Dispatch) Supporters Rally Once More to Keep Hoosier State […]

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Future of $2.4 Billion Brent Spence Bridge Project in Doubt (River City News) Columbus to Get First Protected Bike Lane in University District (Columbus Dispatch) Cleveland RTA Says Many Converts Sticking With Transit Despite Cheap Gas (Wall Street Journal) Bus Riders Object to COTA Plans to Consolidate Routes (Columbus Dispatch) Developer Going “All-In” on Redevelopment Project […]

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Kasich, Beshear to Unveil Tolling Plan for Brent Spence Bridge (Cincinnati Enquirer) Lack of Rail Transit Makes Columbus Underdog in 2016 DNC Bid (Columbus Ledger-Enquirer) ODOT Hoping to Complete Second Inner Belt Bridge Ahead of RNC (Cleveland Plain Dealer) Cincinnati Bike Advocacy Group Hiring for Executive Director Position (Queen City Bike) Residents Fighting Proposed Freight Rail […]