Today’s Headlines

  • Study Finds That 75,000 Jobs in Cincinnati Region Not Accessible by Transit (WVXU)
  • Cuyahoga County Has Selected Operator for Cleveland Bike Share (Cleveland Scene)
  • Millions in Federal Funding to Upgrade Technology on Ohio Transit Systems (WBNS)
  • Kentucky Governor-Elect Matt Bevin Wants to Build Second Bypass Around Cincinnati (Enquirer)
  • ODOT Wants to Move Traffic Out of and Faster Through Downtown Medina (Beacon Journal)
  • Not All Streets Signed for 20 Miles Per Hour are Equally Safe (CityLab)
  • Infill Development Is a Better Alternative Than Retrofitted Suburbs (News & Observer)

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Akron Narrowing Two Downtown Streets, But Won’t Convert to Two-Way (Beacon Journal) Cincinnati Helping Lead America’s Cycle-Friendly Rise (The Guardian) Community Leaders Believe CMAX Will Bring New Residents to Northland (ThisWeek) Transportation Fixes Dominate 2016 Wish-List for Cleveland Residents (Plain Dealer) City Council Approves Operating Schedule for Cincinnati Streetcar (WVXU) Transportation Secretary Foxx Wants to Use Transit […]

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Spencer Township Trustee Wants TARTA Bus Service Restored (Blade) Transit-Focused Art Event Taking Place Next Weekend Throughout Cleveland (News Leader) $7.6M in Federal Funding to Build New Roads, Replace Aging Buses Around Cincinnati (Enquirer) ODOT Officials Deem Intersection With No Sidewalks or Crosswalks Safe (Sandusky Register) Kroger’s Largest-Ever Store’s Located in Cincinnati, and Cares Only About Cars […]

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It’s Time for Cincinnati to Institute a “Blight Tax” on Surface Parking Lots (Soapbox) Construction Progressing on Cleveland Avenue BRT Line in Columbus (This Week) Projects in Cleveland and Akron Show Need for Continuation of TIGER Program (Plain Dealer) OKI and Butler County Want to Spend $80 Million on Sprawl-Inducing Interchange (Daily News) Queen City Bike Is Giving Lessons […]

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Cincinnati DOTE Says Community’s Preferred Road Diet Option Not Feasible (WCPO) Toledo Adding Bike Trail as Part of Arlington Avenue Repairs (Independent Collegian) COTA May Use Eminent Domain for Cleveland Avenue Park-and-Ride (Dispatch) Richland County Transit Seeking Block Grant Funds to Support Paratransit Service (News Journal) Etna Township Desperately Wants to Widen Already Dangerous Ohio 310 […]

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Cincinnati Police Department Issues Hundreds of Jaywalking Tickets Each Year (WXIX) Cleveland RTA Expecting Ridership Boost During Republican National Convention (Plain Dealer) Cincy’s Deal With Haile Foundation Would Close Streetcar Operation Funding Gap (Business Courier) Blade: TMACOG Needs Strong Leadership on Toledo Transportation (Blade) U.S. DOT Wants to Create National Transit Map (Transit Wire) A Bicyclist’s Guide […]

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Massive Crowds Expected for Cincinnati Streetcar’s Opening Weekend (Enquirer) After the RNC, Cleveland Police Keeping Cops on Bikes (Next City) A Look at What Cleveland’s Doing to Improve Street Safety for Bicyclists (Plain Dealer) Akron Opens Up Protected Bike Lane Along Main Street (Plain Dealer) Cincinnati’s DOTE Shifting Focus Toward Preventive Maintenance (WCPO) Pendleton’s Central Location, Walkability Breathing […]