Today’s Headlines

  • Dayton’s Fifth Street Wins National Award for Great Places (American Planning Association)
  • Cleveland Planning Commission Approves Early Designs for Lakefront Bridge (Plain Dealer)
  • After Judge’s Ruling, New Miami Township Will Re-Install Speed Cameras (Daily News)
  • Capitol Square Is More Than Ready for a Major Transformation (Business First)
  • Developer Prepared to Squander More Real Estate on Suburban Style Apartments (Business Courier)
  • Science Has Weighed in on the Best Ways to Get to Work (Gizmodo)

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Cleveland Heights Lining Up Local Match for Lee Road Streetscape Improvements (Plain Dealer) Cincinnati Approves Tax Credits for Another Major Uptown Apartment Project (Business Courier) Developer Planning More Housing for Downtown Columbus (Business First) Ohio Supreme Court Defends Ruling Against Use of Red-Light Cameras (Tallmadge Express) Dayton Calling on Artists to Beautify City’s Street Storm […]

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Planning Director Wants to Redesign Akron’s Streets for People Walking, Biking (Plain Dealer) Cincinnati’s Looking at Another Two-Way Street Conversion (Enquirer) Long Street Bridge Serving as National Model for Reconnecting Neighborhoods (CityLab) CAF USA Struggling to Deliver Cincy’s Streetcar Order On-Time (Business Courier) Bold Urban Investments Recommended for Akron to Reshape Economy (Crain’s Business) Potholes Causing Major Financial Damages […]

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Should It Matter That Streetcar Fare Revenues Were Revised Downward? (Cincinnati Enquirer) COTA Launches NextGen Planning Effort (ThisWeek Community News) UpDayton Calls for Embracing Downtown, Cycling in Effort to Retain Young People (Business Journal) New Visitors Center Looking to Appeal to Tourists Walking Around Downtown (Plain Dealer) Will Relocation of Fountain Make Clifton Ave. More Dangerous […]

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Cleveland RTA Votes to Increase Fares, Cut Service This August (WKYC) Ohio to Spend Millions More on One Parking Garage Than for All Transit (Business Journal) Olentangy Bikeway Getting More Crowded With Commuters, Wild Animals (Dispatch) Will This Interchange Along I-75 Actually Stay Closed for Good? (Business Courier) Sam McNulty Talks About the Rise of Cleveland’s Ohio City Neighborhood […]

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NOACA Looking for Business Support on Infrastructure Aid Requests (Crain’s) Newport on the Levee Ponies Up Cash for Bike-Share Expansion (WCPO) Ohio State to Get Two CoGo Bike-Share Stations After All (Business First) Streets Filled With Potholes Creating Problems for Area Cyclists (WEWS) Debate Raging About Need for $42 Million Access Bridge (Cincinnati Enquirer) Active […]

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COTA Awarded $38M to Develop Bus Rapid Transit Service (Columbus Business First) RTA Planners Call for Rebuilding Two Lightly Used Stations (Cleveland Plain Dealer) Zero-Emission Buses Headed to Stark County (Cleveland Plain Dealer) Investor Planning to Build Grocery Store Along Cincinnati Streetcar Route (Business Courier) Favored ODOT Highway Contractor Used “Flawed” Plan on Collapsed Overpass (Cincinnati […]