Today’s Headlines

  • What Would Have Happened If Hamilton County Approved MetroMoves in 2002? (Soapbox)
  • Shaker Heights Develops Region’s First Bike Boulevard (Plain Dealer)
  • First Phase of Chessie Circle Trail Now Open (Toledo Blade)
  • More Drivers Are Running Red Lights After Cameras Were Turned Off (News-Sun)
  • Despite Controversy, Columbus Contract With Red-Light Camera Operator Is “Compliant” (Dispatch)
  • Center City Projects Win Big in Latest Round of State Historic Tax Credits (Business Courier)
  • What You Should Do If You’re Hit By A Car While Riding Your Bike (Grist)
  • Cities Are Changing Rapidly, So What’s the Future of Urban Planning? (EfficientGov)

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City Leaders Looking to Improve West Side Market With Parking Fixes (Plain Dealer) Cincy Red Bike Launches First Bike-Share Stations in Kentucky (WCPO) Ohio Is One of America’s Most Lenient States Toward Drunk Driving (Business Journal) Central Ohio’s Roads and Bridges in Poor Shape (Dispatch) Red Light Camera Company, Ohio Politicians Caught in Bribery Scandal […]

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Officials Staying Quiet on Request for Protected Bike Lanes on Opportunity Corridor (Plain Dealer) Covington Comes Up With Enough Money for Six Additional Red Bike Stations (WCPO) Middletown Reluctantly Deactivated 14 Red Light Cameras on Monday (Journal-News) Another Major Development Breaks Ground in Walkable Mariemont Neighborhood (Cincinnati Enquirer) Cleveland Doubling Down on Its Street-Paving Budget (Plain […]

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Public Transit Ridership Inches Upward in Ohio’s Major Cities (Business Courier) Ohio Lawmakers Propose Increasing Rural Highway Speed Limits to 75 MPH (Columbus Dispatch) Cleveland RTA to Sell $51 Million of Highly Rated Transit Bonds (Bond Buyer) Covered Bike/Ped Bridge Receives $2.2 Million in Federal Funding (Dayton Daily News) Are Open Container Districts Good or […]

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Toledo Plans to Sue State of Ohio to Keep Red Light Cameras (Toledo Blade) Task Force Calls for Light Rail Connection Between Airport, Downtown Columbus (Business First) Cleveland City Council Approves Deal to Build Pedestrian Bridge to Lakefront (Plain Dealer) Can Genesee & Wyoming Inc. Actually Block Planned Bike Trail? (Business Courier) Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission Supports Columbus […]

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2015 Has Been An Especially Deadly Year on Ohio’s Roadways (Dispatch) Clark County Judge Rules Against Springfield’s Use of Red Light Cameras (News-Sun) Bike Miami Valley Launches New Bike Parking Program (Rocket) ODOT Closes Bike Trail, Offers “Dangerous” Alternative in Response (Dispatch) An Outsider’s Look at Rebirth of Cincinnati’s Walkable Urban Neighborhoods (New Geography) An Interactive […]

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Is the Multi-Billion Rebuild of I-75 Doomed Without a New Brent Spence Bridge? (Enquirer) Funding for Red Bike Expansion Causes Split Among Bellevue Council Members (River City News) Mayoral Hopefuls Lay Out Plans to Fix City’s Roads (Toledo Blade) Columbus Still Pursuing Red-Light Cameras Despite Statehouse Pushback (Dispatch) $15 Million Hotel Breaks Ground Near Promised Terminus of […]