Today’s Headlines

  • COTA Ridership Slips as Gas Prices Continue to Drop (Dispatch)
  • Toledo Wants to Use FTA Money to Provide Poor People With Cars (Blade)
  • Cincy May Finally Allow SORTA to Advertise on Transit Shelters Again (Business Courier)
  • UC’s Law School Almost Certain to Move to Center City (News Record)
  • ODOT Awards Funding for Grade Separation Project in Lima (Your News Now)
  • Pedestrian Deaths Are Much More Common in Poor Neighborhoods (Washington Post)
  • Winter Snow Storms Show How Much Street Space Is Wasted (Wired)

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Should COTA Relocate Its Bus Stop Due to Reckless Motorists? (WBNS) Bike Path Made Scapegoat in Unpopular Road Widening Project (Daily News) Green Township Missed Its Chance to Develop Trail Network (Enquirer) Buses Save the Day for Temporarily Displaced RTA Blue Line Riders (Plain Dealer) Car Companies Now Battling for Relevancy in Urban Map-Making (Dispatch) […]