Today’s Headlines

  • Most Clevelanders Get to Work Driving Alone, But Do They Have a Choice? (Crain’s Business)
  • Lack of Transportation Options Diminishing Region’s Economic Mobility (Beacon Journal)
  • Somebody Is Buying Up Large Chunks of Real Estate Along Streetcar Line (Business Courier)
  • RTA Has Rolled Out a Holiday-Themed Bus for Dayton (Daily News)
  • A Slew of Downtown Development Projects Get Green Light From City Hall (Business First)
  • Not Many Cities Are Preparing for Arrival of Self-Driving Cars (TechCrunch)
  • Why Is Urbanism Considered to Be a Liberal Thing? (Urban Edge)

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The Streetcar Boom: Which Cities Are Getting It Right? (CityLab) Winning Smart City Bid Brings Policy Changes to Columbus (Business First) Rail Crashes Get Attention Because They’re So Rare (Plain Dealer) Dayton Public Schools Still Having Troubles Busing All of Its Students (Daily News) Panel Discussion to Explore How Transport and Design Influence Relationships (Soapbox) As Driving […]

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Congressman Massie Wants to Cut Transportation Funding for Everything But Roads (River City News) Transit Agency Looking to Finally Improve Connections to Airport (Business Courier) Planned ODOT Spending in Akron Almost Entirely Focused on Road Construction (Akron Leader) City’s Transportation Department Gets $2 Million Boost (Toledo Blade) If Eastern Corridor Is Cancelled, Can Its Funding Be Reallocated Within Cincinnati? […]

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With 207 Percent Ridership Growth Since 2000, Is Springfield Ohio’s Top Bicycling City? (News-Sun) Columbus Looking to Follow Charlotte’s Lead When It Comes to Transit (Columbus CEO) It’s Time For Ohio to Get Serious About Punishing Distracted Driving (Plain Dealer) Ohio University Helps Fund Construction of Complete Street (Athens News) Cincinnati Fire Department Prepared to Deal With Overhead Streetcar […]