Today’s Headlines

  • Ohio Cities Need to Restrict Driving to Make for Walkable Cities (Soapbox)
  • Developers Looking for Creative Financing Structures to Fund Infrastructure (Plain Dealer)
  • Fresh Produce Market Coming to Downtown Dayton (Business Journal)
  • Take a Look at These Dramatic Photos of Cincinnati’s Unfinished Subway (Gleems)
  • It Should Be No Surprise That Suburban Homes in the City Are Not Selling (Enquirer)
  • How Cans of Paint Can Be an Effective Means of Change (CityLab)
  • Can Connected Cars and Smarter Infrastructure Make Transit Safer? (GCN)

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League of Women Voters: COTA “Benefits All Communities” Overhaul of Akron’s Bus System Moving Forward Slowly (Crain’s Business) Cincinnati Streetcar Continues to Beat Ridership Expectations (Business Courier) Cleveland Fans Packing RTA Trains for World Series Games (Plain Dealer) Ohio 32 Is a Highway That’s Never Lived Up to Expectations (Lima News) Hillary Clinton Has an Ambitious […]

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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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A Well-Functioning COTA Is Imperative for a Vibrant Columbus (Dispatch) Bus Riders Continue Protest About Lousy Bus Stop Locations at Dayton Mall (Daily News) Why Did Lima Get Rid of All Its Short-Line Passenger Railroads? (Lima News) Clifton Looking for Comprehensive Upgrades to Bicycle Infrastructure (News Record) Planned Walkable Mixed-Use Development Includes Train Observation Platform (Business Courier) […]

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As Bicycling Culture Grows, Cincinnati Needs To Add More Bike Lanes (Enquirer) Should Ohio Refocus Its Highways to Primarily Serve Freight Truckers? (Business Journal) Dublin Considers Building New Roundabout. Should Ohio Be Building More? (Dispatch) Creative Placemaking, Walkability Made This Covington Site Ideal For Development (River City News) Clark County Officials Reject Zoning Application For More […]

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Widening Proposal Would Make Cincy’s MLK Drive Even Worse (Business Courier) RTA’s Proposal to Cut Mayfield Village Service Draws Pushback From Mayor (Plain Dealer) ODOT Unveils $2.1 Billion Worth of Highway and Bridge Projects (Beacon Journal) Cincy Leaders Opt for Roadway Projects Over Transit in TIGER Application (Business Courier) Dayton Found to Be One of America’s […]
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How Can Cities Make the Most of an Infrastructure Spending Spree?

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Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have indicated that they intend to spend big on “infrastructure” if elected president. Whether this ends up making cities stronger or just fueling more wasteful sprawl, however, is an open question. Local governments can get to work getting projects like these pedestrian improvements in West Jefferson, North Carolina, into their “shovel ready” pipeline. Photo: [...]