Today’s Headlines

  • Spencer Township Trustee Wants TARTA Bus Service Restored (Blade)
  • Transit-Focused Art Event Taking Place Next Weekend Throughout Cleveland (News Leader)
  • $7.6M in Federal Funding to Build New Roads, Replace Aging Buses Around Cincinnati (Enquirer)
  • ODOT Officials Deem Intersection With No Sidewalks or Crosswalks Safe (Sandusky Register)
  • Kroger’s Largest-Ever Store’s Located in Cincinnati, and Cares Only About Cars (Business Courier)
  • The Relationship Between LRT and Urban Density in Mid-Size Cities (Transportation Research Board)
  • America’s Once Magical, Now Mundane, “Love Affair” With Cars (Washington Post)

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Statehouse Earmarks 72 Percent of Ohio’s Transportation Budget for Highways (Columbus Dispatch) Planning Authority Hosting Public Meetings for New Regional Transportation Plan (Toledo Blade) SORTA to Extend Deadline for Firms to Apply to Operate Cincinnati’s Streetcar (Cincinnati Enquirer) Cleveland Mayor Still Looking for Money to Fill Potholes, Pave Streets (WKYC) Outside Developers See Cincinnati as “Land of Opportunity” (Business […]

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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? […]

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City Council Approves Streetcar Extension Feasibility Study (Cincinnati Enquirer) Akron Looking to Put High Crash Streets on Road Diet (WKYC) Regional Planners Call for Upgrades to Midway Cycle Track (Plain Dealer) ODOT Spending $2.3 Million on Road “Improvements” for Cars Only (Hamilton Journal-News) Cincinnati Continuing to Examine Market-Based Pricing for On-Street Parking (Business Courier) Instead of Ongoing […]

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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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Millennials Opting for Car-Free Transportation in Cleveland (WOIO) COTA Adding Branded Signage at Cleveland Avenue CMAX Stations (Business First) Letter to the Editor: Planned Trail Offers Benefits for Students (Akron Leader) Flexibility on Streetcar Operating Agreement Could Save Taxpayer Dollars (Cincinnati Enquirer) Future of Transit Hub for Elderly, Disabled in Doubt Following Lawsuit (Dayton Daily News) Slower VMT Growth Is the […]