Today’s Headlines

  • 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 More Sprawl (Business First)
  • Suburban Office Parks Are Becoming America’s New Ghost Towns (Washington Post)
  • Yes, Urban Density Is Important for Operating Successful Transit Systems (Architect This City)

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Light Rail Transit Is the Future for Cincinnati (WCPO) Do Any Columbus City Council Candidates Care About Transportation? (Columbus Dispatch) Deal Means Area School Children Can Continue Taking Bus to School (Dayton Daily News) As Downtown Cleveland’s Population Grows, So Does Its Retail Offerings (Plain Dealer) Cincinnati Putting Together Citywide Bike Trail Network (Business Courier) Cities […]

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Ohio to Spend More on Private Planes for State Leaders Than Entire Transit Budget (WOSU) Dayton Celebrates Launch of Link Bike-Share System Today (WDTN) Park Expansion Results in Trail Connections to Cleveland and Elsewhere (Cincinnati Enquirer) Removing More Buses From Congested High Street a Smart Choice (Columbus Dispatch) Levy Supporting Lake Erie Transit Will Ride on […]

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Ohio Needs to Come to Grips With Reality and Embrace Intercity Train Travel (Plain Dealer) SORTA Forms Committee to Explore Putting Transit Tax on 2016 Ballot (Enquirer) A More Pedestrian and Bike Friendly Ridge Avenue Bridge Is Now Open (Daily News) Students Need a Safe Crossing at The South End of University Circle (Plain Dealer) OKI […]

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Congressman Massie Wants to Cut Transportation Funding for Everything But Roads (River City News) Transit Agency Looking to Finally Improve Connections to Airport (Business Courier) Planned ODOT Spending in Akron Almost Entirely Focused on Road Construction (Akron Leader) City’s Transportation Department Gets $2 Million Boost (Toledo Blade) If Eastern Corridor Is Cancelled, Can Its Funding Be Reallocated Within Cincinnati? […]