Today’s Headlines

  • Akron Mayoral Candidate Dan Horrigan Also a Prominent Bike Advocate (Plain Dealer)
  • Traffic Delays Continue to Worsen in Toledo (Blade)
  • Street Racing Becoming More Deadly on Dayton Roadways (Daily News)
  • Developers Are Planning to Add More Walkable Office Space Downtown (Business Journal)
  • Will Cincinnati Freeze Development in One of Its Hottest Neighborhoods? (Business Courier)
  • While Downtown Is Making Progress, Surrounding Neighborhoods Struggle (Plain Dealer)
  • Traffic Congestion Estimates From the Texas Transportation Institute Are Bogus (City Observatory)
  • America Just Can’t Seem to Figure Out How to Fund Infrastructure Maintenance (CityLab)

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Mayor John Cranley Threatens Government Shutdown Over Bike Lanes and Bus Shelters (WCPO) Without Funding Increase, Montgomery County Unable to Maintain Existing Bridges (Dayton Daily News) Akron Metro RTA to Offer Free Transit Rides on Thursday (Plain Dealer) Here’s What Proposed Operation Cuts Would Mean for Cincy’s Streetcar (Business Courier) Rossford Mayor Wants to Revitalize City’s […]

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Cincinnati Streetcar Bids Are In (Enquirer) Will Cleveland’s Red Line Greenway Be the Next Big Thing? (Architect’s Newspaper) Oxford Hoping to Land $20 Million Grant to Build Two New Bus Facilities (Journal-News) Bicycle Thefts on the Rise in Lakewood Neighborhood (Plain Dealer) Cincinnati Developers May Soon Start Building Downtown Condos Again (Business Courier) Understanding the […]