Today’s Headlines

  • SORTA Beginning Process of Looking at Region-Wide Transit Tax (WCPO)
  • Cleveland’s Amtrak Lakefront Station Is One of “Saddest” in America (CityLab)
  • Editorial: Columbus Commuters Have It Good (Dispatch)
  • Two Free Downtown Shuttle Services May Soon Lose Funding (Fox8)
  • Dayton Will Continue Operating Red Light Cameras, But Only With Officer Present (Daily News)
  • Bike/Ped Projects in Northern Kentucky Win Big With OKI Funding (River City News)
  • The Pope Thinks Your City’s Planners and Architects Are Failing Society (Washington Post)
  • New Tactic From Big Box Retailers Making Them Even Less Appealing for Cities (ILSR)

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The Days of Akron’s Front Street as a Pedestrian Mall May Soon Be Over (Beacon Journal) Riverfront Commons Trail Lands $1.6 Million in Funding (Enquirer) Developer Has Big Plans for Cleveland Lakefront (Crain’s Business) Columbus Outpacing Its Suburbs When It Comes to New Home Construction (Business First) What Could Potential City/County Merger Mean for Dayton-Area Transportation? […]

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Toledo Proposes New $32 Million Citywide Bike Plan (Action News) Brent Spence Bridge Project May Grab Big Funding From Transportation Bill (Business Courier) Plain Dealer Dives Into Funding Mechanisms Behind Federal Transpo Package State Grant to Fund Multi-Use Trail Near Tipp City School (Daily News) Cincinnati Looking for $37 Million to Build Next Phase of The Banks (Enquirer) […]

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Transit Union to Sue City, SORTA Over Streetcar Operations Contract (Business Courier) Voters Split on Increasing Transit Funding, Even With Ridership Growth (Columbus CEO) Summit County Kicks Off Annual Summer Biking Spree Event Today (Beacon Journal) Cincinnati Stands as Proud Example of the Rust Belt’s Walkable Rebirth (Granola Shotgun) Sprawl in Columbus Suburb Not Welcomed […]

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State Sen. Bill Seitz Threatens Akron, Toledo With Funding Cuts Over Traffic Safety Cams (Plain Dealer) Cincy Red Bike Posts Record Ridership in First Six Months of Operation (WLWT) Dayton to Launch 24-Station Bike Share System in May (WDTN) New Sidewalks, Bike Lanes Being Added as Part of Argyle Park Roadway Work (Columbus Dispatch) Instead of Investing […]

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Can a Multi-County Transit Agency in Northeast Ohio Fix Budget Woes? (Plain Dealer) Cincinnati Wants to Give Buses and Streetcars Signal Priority (Enquirer) AMATS Wants to Build on Success, But Waits for Federal Funding (Beacon Journal) Columbus Putting High Street on Another Road Diet (Dispatch) NKY Moves Forward With Development of Bike/Ped Trails Along Riverfront (River City News) Protected Bike Lanes […]