Today’s Headlines

  • Streetcar Supporters Host Big Party to Raise Money for Additional Transit Advocacy (WCPO)
  • Cleveland’s Backward Bike Lanes Go Viral as Engineers Across Country Debate Issue (NewsNet5)
  • City Officials Unveil Plan for Canal Basin Park, Towpath Trail’s Terminus (Plain Dealer)
  • Piqua Gets Bronze-Level Bike-Friendly Designation (Daily News)
  • These Cincinnati Interstates Are Among Nation’s Most Congested (Business Courier)
  • The “Decline of Cars” Is Changing Cities for the Better (Huffington Post)
  • That Dutch Solar-Powered Bike Lane Is Actually Working Really Well (CityLab)

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A Person Driving a Car Hits Someone Riding a Bike, Bicyclist Gets Blamed (WHIO) Is Redevelopment of South Linden Worth It? (Columbus Dispatch) Another Retailer to Open Along Cincinnati’s Streetcar Line (Business Courier) Posters Put an Artistic Spin on Bike Month (Columbus Dispatch) Is Microtransit Good for Cities? (Human Transit) Exactly How Effective Are Urban […]

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Kroger Appears to Be Getting Ready for Urban Store Push (Enquirer) Locating Near Transit Lines Makes Solid Business Sense (Plain Dealer) Toledo Trying to Use Uber to Reduce Drunk Driving (Blade) Lebanon Seeking Public Input on Proposed Bike Park (Daily News) Using Bike-Share Can Help Reduce Cost of Living (News Record) Typical Bike Planning Strategies Often Fail […]

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Young People, and Their Desire for Walkability, Are Redefining Cleveland’s Center City (CityLab) Streetcar’s Operating Budget Outlook Getting Brighter (Business Courier) COTA Says Riding the Bus Not Just for “Those People” (Business First) Cleveland Heights Taking Community Approach to Safe Routes to School (Plain Dealer) Collection of Pedestrian and Bike Improvements On Tap for Riverfront […]

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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 […]