Today’s Headlines

  • Cincinnati Mayor Wants to Remove Ohio’s First Protected Bike Lane (WKRC)
  • Columbus Suffering From City-Wide Spike in Bike Thefts (WTTE)
  • Data Shows That Women- and Minority-Owned Firms Are Losing Out With ODOT Projects (WCPO)
  • Lessons From Cincinnati’s Grassroots Regeneration Efforts (RobertsDay)
  • What Should Cleveland Do With Its Next Vacated Suburban Mall? (CleveScene)
  • Cyclist Critically Injured Following a Hit-and-Run During Charity Bike Ride (Toledo News Now)
  • The Cities That Invest the Most in Protected Bike Lanes Reap Biggest Rewards (Co.EXIST)
  • Despite Popular Opinion, Conservatives Actually Have a Lot to Offer Cities (City Observatory)

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Ohio Close to Having Continuous Bike Trail From Cincinnati to Cleveland (WVXU) Magic Mile Would Connect Ohio & Erie Canal Trail Users to Downtown Barberton (Akron Beacon Journal) Mayor Nan Whaley: Bike-Share Will Be “Great Connector” (Dayton Business Journal) Three Columbus Streets Will Be Redesigned to Include Protected Bike Lanes (The Lantern) Group Builds Success By Developing […]

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Four Lessons for Cleveland’s New Bike-Share From Washington, DC (Plain Dealer) Columbus Public, Private Sectors Pledge $90 Million for “Smart Cities” Effort (Dispatch) Following Governor’s Veto, Riverfront Commons Project Stopped in Its Tracks (Enquirer) New Bar Selected Location Due to Proximity to Protected Bike Lane (Soapbox) Cincinnati Switching to More Modern Parking Meters Following Vandalism Spree (Business Courier) […]
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Columbus Opens City’s First Protected Bike Lane to the Public

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While cyclists have already been utilizing some of the completed portions of the new bike lanes along Fourth and Summit Streets for several weeks, the new project officially opened to the public with a ribbon cutting ceremony held yesterday afternoon by city leaders. The new installment includes the first protected lane in the City of […]

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The Return of Buses to Cleveland’s Public Square Put On Hold (Plain Dealer) Private Businesses Have Bought Up Almost All Advertising on Streetcar (Business Courier) Report Finds That Protected Bike Lane Doesn’t Make Central Parkway More Dangerous (WCPO) Residents Angry That They Now Have to Pay to Park in Covington (Enquirer) Dayton Leaders Hope New Music […]
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Where Are the Best Places for Protected Intersections in Your City?

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How a protected intersection could fit into the Portland streetscape. Image: Nick Falbo via Bike Portland Protected intersections are the best new thing in American bike infrastructure since, well, protected bike lanes. They greatly reduce the potential for turning conflicts between drivers and cyclists — left turns on a bike, especially, become easier and less stressful — and they make pedestrian [...]