Today’s Headlines

  • Cincinnati’s One-Year-Old Bike Share System Is Smashing All Projections (Enquirer)
  • Clifton Boulevard Bike/Bus Lane Violators Causing More Problems (Plain Dealer)
  • New Road Project Continues to Blow Budget Without Much Public Debate (Enquirer)
  • New Public Plaza Planned for Convention Center Leaves Much to Be Desired (Business First)
  • Area Surrounding Arena District Continues to Add Density (Dispatch)
  • With Better Funding, Buses Could Actually Solve Much of America’s Transit Void (Urban Land)
  • Will Big City Transportation Trends Make Their Way to America’s Small Towns? (NextCity)

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Here’s What It’s Like Commuting on Dayton’s New Link Bike-Share (Business Journal) Rigorous Debate on Streetcar and Protected Bike Lanes Is Healthy (WCPO) Is It Unjust to Provide Residential Permit Parking on Public Streets? (Cincinnati Enquirer) Residents and Retailers Continue to Flock to Downtown Cleveland (Crain’s Business) Redevelopment of Olympic Swim Club Site Moving Forward (Business […]

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Cincinnati Already Adding More Streetcars to Meet High Demand (Enquirer) Did the Downtown Hilton Cleveland Lobby to Have Bike Lane Removed? (Plain Dealer) Bicyclist Hit By Driver During Rally to Encourage Safe Driving (WLWT) Columbus Investing $7.7 Million to Make High Street More Pedestrian Friendly (Business First) Findlay Market Named One of America’s Best Public Spaces (WVXU) Traffic […]

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Public Urges NOACA to Update Transportation Plan With Less Auto-Centric Focus (Plain Dealer) Neighborhood Asking Cincinnati to Be Bold With Liberty Street Road Diet (Business Courier) Akron’s New Bike Racks Add Character to City’s Streets (Beacon Journal) Mt. Washington Looking for City to Slow Traffic, Improve Safety in NBD (Enquirer) New Parks, Open Spaces Fueling Columbus’s Center City Resurgence […]

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Cuyahoga County Residents “Terrified” of Proposed RTA Cuts (Plain Dealer) Westwood and Wasson Bike Trails Poised to Be Big Winners in New Budget (WCPO) Protected Bike Lanes Aren’t That Complicated, and Driving Isn’t That Hard (Enquirer) Why Is Columbus Financing Public Parking in Hot Short North Neighborhood? (Business First) Former Airport Site Could Become Walkable Town […]

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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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Should COTA Relocate Its Bus Stop Due to Reckless Motorists? (WBNS) Bike Path Made Scapegoat in Unpopular Road Widening Project (Daily News) Green Township Missed Its Chance to Develop Trail Network (Enquirer) Buses Save the Day for Temporarily Displaced RTA Blue Line Riders (Plain Dealer) Car Companies Now Battling for Relevancy in Urban Map-Making (Dispatch) […]