Today’s Headlines

  • Amtrak Officials Visit Oxford to Tour Potential Sites for New Station (Journal-News)
  • ODOT Continues to Recommend Funding for Rural Projects Over Urban Ones (WTRF)
  • It Turns Out a Lot of People Love Akron for Its Walkability (CityLab)
  • Kroger Utilizing UC Students for Help Designing Urban Store Format (Business Courier)
  • Bedford Township Asking for New Levy to Fund On-Demand Transit (Blade)
  • Shaky Funding Support, Cost Overruns Undermine Transit Mega-Projects (Urban Land)

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Cincinnati’s One-Year-Old Bike Share System Is Smashing All Projections (Enquirer) Clifton Boulevard Bike/Bus Lane Violators Causing More Problems (Plain Dealer) New Road Project Continues to Blow Budget Without Much Public Debate (Enquirer) New Public Plaza Planned for Convention Center Leaves Much to Be Desired (Business First) Area Surrounding Arena District Continues to Add Density (Dispatch) With […]

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Streetcar Track Work Is Nearly Complete (Business Courier) Driver Who Killed Two People Biking Charged With Homicide (Plain Dealer) Funding CMAX Service Will Help COTA Keep Pace (Dispatch) Home Tour Showcases Walkable Urban Neighborhoods (River City News) Walkable Webster Station Area Attracting Yet Another Office Project (Business Journal) Yes, Some People Think Bike Lanes Are Paint […]

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University of Cincinnati President Supports Expansion of Streetcar (Enquirer) Clevelanders for Public Transit Calling on ODOT for Additional Transit Funding (Plain Dealer) Dozens of Miami Valley Bridges Are Literally Falling Apart (WDTN) Without Tolls, Massive Brent Spence Bridge Project May Be Dead (Business Courier) Cuyahoga County Offering “Sustainable Toolkit” to Area Communities (Plain Dealer) Furor Over […]

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Public Transit Ridership Inches Upward in Ohio’s Major Cities (Business Courier) Ohio Lawmakers Propose Increasing Rural Highway Speed Limits to 75 MPH (Columbus Dispatch) Cleveland RTA to Sell $51 Million of Highly Rated Transit Bonds (Bond Buyer) Covered Bike/Ped Bridge Receives $2.2 Million in Federal Funding (Dayton Daily News) Are Open Container Districts Good or […]

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Ohio Bike and Pedestrian Projects Make Up Tiny Percentage of Spending (Dispatch) Franklinton to Implement Traffic Calming Measures on Broad Street (Business First) Death of Michael Prater Cited as Reason for Cincinnati to Invest in Off-Road Trails (News Record) Cincinnati Says Proposed Early Voting Site Isn’t Transit Accessible (Business Courier) Posh New Hotel in Downtown Cleveland to […]

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Ohio’s Major Cities Fail Miserably in Terms of Public Transit Accessibility (FiveThirtyEight) Developer Planning $100 Million Project Along Cincy’s Streetcar Line (Business Courier) Clark County to Privatize Transit Service for People With Disabilities (News-Sun) Dayton-Area Communities Receive $1.5 Million for Biz District Upgrades (Business Journal) Cincy’s Urban-Focused Development Approach Making It More Attractive to Millennials (WCPO) Transit Openings […]