Today’s Headlines

  • Firms Chosen to Oversee $212 Million Renovation of Union Terminal (Business Courier)
  • It’s Time for Ohio to Raise Its Gas Tax and Make Major Infrastructure Repairs (Plain Dealer)
  • Three At-Grade Rail Crossings to Be Improved to Smooth Camp Chase Trail (Dispatch)
  • $3.6 Million Complete Street Project to Connect Downtown With UD (Business Journal)
  • What Do Falling Gas Prices Throughout Southwest Ohio Mean for Transit? (Enquirer)
  • Here’s Why Road Diets Are So Controversial (Urban Edge)
  • Is Texting to Blame for Rising Number of Car Crashes? (Wall Street Journal)

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Crain’s Business: Ohio Transportation Funding Isn’t Fair or Reasonable Akron to Add New Sidewalks and Bike Lane Along Aqueduct Street (Beacon Journal) Fairfield Hopes Upgrades Will Improve One of America’s Most Dangerous Intersections (WCPO) Car-Oriented Businesses Continued to Get Pushed Out of Short North (Business First) Developer Finishing Off $73 Million Walkable Housing Development in Mariemont […]

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Planners Look at Bus Rapid Transit Line for W. 25th Street (Plain Dealer) Cincinnati Lands $1.3 Million for Ohio River Trail West (Business Courier) Advocates Make Late Push to Add Protected Bike Lanes to Opportunity Corridor (Plain Dealer) Mayor Nan Whaley Focuses on Walkable Urban Infill in State of the City (Dayton Business Journal) Will Cincinnati’s Modern […]

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Toledo’s Limited Transportation Network Failing to Connect Workers With Jobs (Toledo Blade) City Leaders Seeking Federal TIGER Funds for Multi-Modal Trail (Business Courier) Area Planning Organization Supports Raising Federal Gas Tax 10 Cents (Akron Beacon Journal) Rocky River Police Department Latest to Roll Out Bike Patrols in NE Ohio (WOIO) Midrise Planned to Take Place of Former […]

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Cincinnati Kicks-Off $69 Million Street Repair and Maintenance Program (Business Courier) SORTA, Union Township Finishing Upgrades to Park and Ride Lots (Enquirer) Community Residents Gather to Explore, Learn About Newly Opened Trails (Suburbanite) Investments in Center City Changing “Cowtown” Image of Columbus (Dispatch) Retailer Moving HQ From Suburbs to Downtown Dayton (Business Journal) People Must Compete […]

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Hundreds of Cyclists Join Memorial Ride for Michael Prater (WCPO) Cheaper Gas Is Hurting TARTA’s Ridership Numbers (Blade) A First-Hand Look at Cleveland’s Bus Rapid Transit (Mode Shift) Will Cincinnati Remain Only City to Not Allow Transit Shelter Advertising? (Business Courier) Another Micro-Grocery Store Proposed Along Cincy’s Streetcar Line (Enquirer) $9 Million Residential Conversion Moving Forward […]

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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? […]