Today’s Headlines

  • Car Traffic Leading Factor in Cincinnati and Cleveland’s Awful Air Pollution (Enquirer)
  • COTA’s Willingness to Change and Adapt Shows Leadership (Columbus CEO)
  • Here’s How Construction on Cincy’s Streetcar Is Coming After Two Years (Business Courier)
  • Cleveland Is Starting to Export Its Successful Bus Rapid Transit Model (Next City)
  • Does It Make Sense For Dayton to Allow a Sprawling Sports Complex Downtown? (Business Journal)
  • Step-by-Step, Americans Are Sacrificing Their Right to Walk (Aeon)
  • The Psychology Behind Why So Many Non-Bicyclists Hate People Who Ride Bikes (Slate)

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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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Cincinnati Officials Looking for a Way to Maintain Aging Streets (Business Courier) Ohio and Erie Towpath Trail Bridge Destroyed by Arson (Fox8) Driver With Suspended License Injures Child Cyclist in Perry Township (Repository) Covington’s Walkability Attracting Wave of New Residents and Businesses (WCPO) Cincinnati Takes Next Step Toward Dynamic Pricing Model for On-Street Parking (Enquirer) America Needs to […]

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Dayton “High Line” Project Takes Next Step (Dayton Daily News) Uptick in Cincy Streetcar Ridership Still Short of Projections (Cincinnati Business Courier) Red Light Cameras Returning to Dayton (Dayton Daily News) Streetcar Wins National Engineering Award (City of Cincinnati) Columbus StartUp Week Highlights Smart City Projects (Columbus Dispatch) Summer Repairs Swamp NYC’s Penn Station (WSJ) Kansas City Celebrates Streetcar’s First Birthday, Eyes Expansion […]

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Suburban Paid Parking Plan Rankles Business Owners (Business Courier) Middletown Entrepreneurs Open Bicycle Shop Downtown (Daily News) Hamilton County Revives Fort Washington Way Decks Project (Business Courier) Why Fort Washington Way Can Support Decks (UrbanCincy) Success of Columbus Highway “Cap” Spurs Additional Caps Nearby (Columbus Underground) Rail Siphons Ridership From Buses in Los Angeles (San Gabriel Valley Tribune) More […]

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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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Surplus Levy Funds Could Shore Up SORTA Deficit, Says Hamilton Commissioner (Cincinnati Enquirer) SORTA Balances Budget, But Impending Fiscal Deficit Looms (Cincinnati Business Courier) Developer Proposes Old Baseball Stadium for Autonomous Vehicle Testing (Columbus Business First) Cooper Stadium Renovation Into Smart City Hub Stalls (Columbus Business First) Cincinnati Mayoral Candidates Spar Over City’s Transit Vision (Cincinnati Business Courier) Indiana Legislature […]