Today’s Headlines

  • New Census Data Shows Sharp Bike Commuting Increase in Cincinnati (WCPO)
  • John Norquist Urges Akron Leaders to Tear Down Innerbelt Highway (Beacon Journal)
  • Will the Condition of Toledo’s Streets Determine the Next Mayor? (Blade)
  • Downtown Leaders Hoping New Design Can Improve Main Avenue Bridge (Plain Dealer)
  • Ohio Legislators Pushing for Statewide Regulations for Ride-Sharing Operators (Business First)
  • Economist Says Downtown Cincinnati Renewal Is “Striking” (Business Courier)
  • A Low-Cost Way to Finally Address Bus Bunching Problem (Mobility Lab)
  • Transit Loyalty Programs Actually Do More to Retain Riders Than Attract New Ones (NextCity)

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Cincinnati Is Ignoring Its Own Bike Plan (Enquirer) Driver Who Killed Cyclist Michael Prater to Be Charged With Aggravated Vehicular Homicide (WCPO) ODOT Approves $37 Million for Wellsburg-Brilliant Bridge (News-Register) Walkability Attracting More Housing Developers to Downtown Columbus (Business First) Should Cincy Leaders Allow Private Hotel to Purchase Control of Public Street? (Business Courier) Megabus Cuts Service […]

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Ohio Bike and Pedestrian Projects Make Up Tiny Percentage of Spending (Dispatch) Franklinton to Implement Traffic Calming Measures on Broad Street (Business First) Death of Michael Prater Cited as Reason for Cincinnati to Invest in Off-Road Trails (News Record) Cincinnati Says Proposed Early Voting Site Isn’t Transit Accessible (Business Courier) Posh New Hotel in Downtown Cleveland to […]

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