Today’s Headlines

  • Cincy Summer Streets Returning for Second Year After Initial Success (Soapbox)
  • Study Reveals That Most People Think Columbus Has a Suburban Feel (Dispatch)
  • Big Development in Downtown Dayton to Include Housing and a Hotel (Business Journal)
  • Residential Rehab Planned for Historic High-Rise Along Cincy’s Streetcar Line (Business Courier)
  • The Plan for Reinventing Ohio’s Struggling Rust Belt Cities (Economist)
  • Urban Density Strongly Impacts How People and Goods Move Around Cities (Architect This City)
  • If Your City Has Far More Men Riding Bikes Than Women, Then Your Infrastructure’s Bad (Guardian)

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Dayton RTA and Union Reach Deal to End Strike (Business Journal) New Ohio Law Lets Drivers Decide When to Obey Red Lights (WNWO) Covington Ends Paid Parking in Central Business District (Business Courier) Streetcar Changing Market Trends in Cincy’s Center City (Rejournal) MORPC Has a Lot of Time on Its Hands, Apparently (Business First) When Cities Are Designed for Walking, […]

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Cincinnati’s Long-Anticipated Streetcar to Open to Public September 1 (Business Courier) Dayton Mall Being Sued Over Poorly Located Bus Stops (Daily News) Dayton RTA Looking to Upgrade Fleet With Next Generation Trolley Buses (WDTN) Cleveland Has Hundreds of New Bikes for Bike Patrols, But Lacks Trained Officers (Plain Dealer) Tea Party Passed Law Banning User-Fees From […]

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Democrat James Ragland Says He Would Prioritize Light Rail as Mayor (Columbus Dispatch) Should People Riding Bikes Actually Fear Traversing Streetcar Tracks? (WCPO) Ohio Cuts Alternative Fuel Requirement in Transportation Budget (JDSupra) Cincinnati Puts Mixed-Use Development on Hold (Business Courier) Jackson Street’s Boulevard Design Has Its Roots in 17th Century France (Toledo Blade) LCNB Decides to Build New […]

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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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Akron to Give Tallmadge Avenue the “Complete Street” Treatment (Plain Dealer) Dayton’s Bike-Share Has Recorded More Than 14,000 Trips Since May 5 (Business Journal) The Magic of Seeing Your City By Bike (Cincinnati Refined) More Stops Than Expected for Cincinnati’s Streetcar (WCPO) Downtown Cleveland Was Real Winner of First GOP Debate (CityLab) Here’s How Tokyo Has Essentially Eliminated […]

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Cleveland’s Revitalized Public Realm Makes for Magical Gatherings (Plain Dealer) Google Bringing New Tech to Columbus to Reimagine Transport Network (Business Courier) Cincinnati Invests in Its Unique Public Staircase Network (Soapbox) Columbus Proves That Parklets Don’t Need to Be Perfect (Next City) Whimsical Parklets Transforming Covington’s Public Space (CityLab) SORTA Has Already Lined Up More Than […]