Today’s Headlines

  • Toledo Officials Hoping $7 Million Project Will Fix Anthony Wayne Trail (Blade)
  • Major “Stroad” to Be Extended Five Miles Through Delaware County (Business First)
  • Cincinnati’s Lincoln Heights Was One of America’s First Black Suburbs; What Happened? (The Atlantic)
  • Allen County RTA Looking to Finally Install Bus Stops and Signage Along Its Routes (Lima News)
  • Cleveland’s Tower City Center No Longer the Crown Jewel It Once Was (Plain Dealer)
  • How Do Ohio’s Rust Belt Cities Fit Into the Mega-Region’s Rebirth? (Next City)
  • Social Changes Have Made Our Cities Far Less Dense (Grist)

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Business First Covers White House Recommendation to Eliminate Off-Street Parking Minimums Parking a Major Issue for Cincinnati’s Hot Uptown Real Estate Market (Enquirer) Lorain County Approves Funds for North Coast Inland Trail Extension (Plain Dealer) Columbus to Get Millions More From Feds for Smart City Challenge (Business First) Major Residential Real Estate Firm Relocating Offices to Cincy […]

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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 […]

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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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Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Strikes Deal with Ride-Sharing Companies (WCPO) Bike to Work Day Scheduled for Downtown Cleveland Commuters on Friday (19 Action News) Protesters Call on Dayton RTA to Make Bus System More Accessible (WKEF) With Minimal Regional Transit Options, Should Cincinnati Be Considering $200M for Arena? (Enquirer) New Delaware County Economic Development Director Banking on […]