Today’s Headlines

  • Zagster Planning to Add Five New Bike-Share Stations in Cleveland (19 Action News)
  • Cincinnati’s Fight to Realize Its Two-Wheel Dreams (Cincinnati Magazine)
  • Developers Offer to Pay for CoGo Expansion as Part of Their Development (Business First)
  • Civic Entrepreneur John Schneider Has Big Plans for Cincinnati (Business Courier)
  • Akron Art Museum to Build Modern Park Along High Street (Plain Dealer)
  • Big Benefits Justify Investments in Walking and Biking Trails (Business First)
  • More Commuters Taking Transit Due to Interest in Technology (SmartRail)
  • New Mapping Tool Helps Planners Analyze Pedestrians and Public Space (Next City)

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Car-Free Cincinnati? Maybe, Thanks to Downtown Kroger (Cincinnati Business Courier) Entrepreneurs Flock to Columbus for Smart City Opportunities (Columbus Business First) Is Sherrod Brown Still Willing to Work With Trump on Infrastructure? (WOSU) New Multi-Modal Ramp Connects Downtown Hamilton with Riverbank (Dayton Daily News) Intel, Ohio State Team Up to Test Autonomous Vehicles (Columbus Business First) Milwaukee […]

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COTA Wants $47.7 Million for Bus Rapid Transit (Business First) City Council May Give Land to TARTA to Build New Downtown Bus Hub (Toledo Blade) Could Cincinnati Actually Become America’s Next Urban Bike Mecca? (Cincinnati Enquirer) Sprawl Will Soon Eat Last Piece of Land Between Cincinnati and Dayton (Dayton Daily News) Cleveland’s Massive nuCLEus Development Lands First […]

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Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley Vetoes OTR Residential Parking Permits (Business Courier) Ohio Senator Shannon Jones Proposes Mandatory Bike Helmet Law (Columbus Dispatch) Big Creek Bike-Ped Greenway Eyed for Abandoned Parma Freeway (Cleveland Plain Dealer) Tax for Lake Erie Transit Bus Service Fails at Polls by 79 Votes (Monroe News) Cincinnati Enquirer Sues SORTA Over Streetcar Bid […]

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Ohio Bike and Pedestrian Projects Make Up Tiny Percentage of Spending (Dispatch) Franklinton to Implement Traffic Calming Measures on Broad Street (Business First) Death of Michael Prater Cited as Reason for Cincinnati to Invest in Off-Road Trails (News Record) Cincinnati Says Proposed Early Voting Site Isn’t Transit Accessible (Business Courier) Posh New Hotel in Downtown Cleveland to […]