Today’s Headlines

  • Cincinnati Continues to Bicker Over First Protected Bike Lane (Enquirer)
  • Complete Street Makeover On-Tap for Exchange Street (Beacon Journal)
  • Council Requests Report on Most Dangerous Streets for Pedestrians and Cyclists (WCPO)
  • Finance Committee Decides to Delay Decision on RTA Fare Increase (WKYC)
  • Norfolk Southern and CSX Holding Off on Safety Improvements in Ohio (Dispatch)
  • In Throwback Style, New Dolce Hotel Plans Pedestrian Bridge (Business Courier)
  • Seoul Mayor Looking to Export City’s Progressive Urban Planning (Wall Street Journal)
  • Why Do So Many Rail Projects Avoid Areas Where People Don’t Have Cars? (Streets.mn)

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It’s Easy to Be a Car-Free Cleveland Tourist, But Not a Resident (Plain Dealer) Cincy to Launch New Commuter-Style Buses for Long-Distance Routes (Business Courier) Akron Partners With RTA for Discounted Bus Passes for Students (Beacon Journal) Cincinnati Is Finally Changing Its Fare Payment Methods for Streetcar (Enquirer) Developers Want to Build at Higher Densities Along High Street […]

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Akron Gears Up for Main Street Road Diet (Akron Beacon Journal) Cincinnati Neighborhood Furious Over Bridge Closure (WCPO) Infrastructure Report Card Finds State and Federal Efforts Insufficient (Cleveland Plain Dealer) Kent’s Multimodal Transit Center Invites International Acclaim (Courier-Record) Why Columbus Doesn’t Need Rail (Columbus Business First) DOT Says Construction Sites Must Accommodate Oakland Pedestrians (Oakland Transport) Lessons DC Metro Should […]

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The Days of Akron’s Front Street as a Pedestrian Mall May Soon Be Over (Beacon Journal) Riverfront Commons Trail Lands $1.6 Million in Funding (Enquirer) Developer Has Big Plans for Cleveland Lakefront (Crain’s Business) Columbus Outpacing Its Suburbs When It Comes to New Home Construction (Business First) What Could Potential City/County Merger Mean for Dayton-Area Transportation? […]

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Ohio’s Big Cities Aren’t That Congested, So Why Are We Adding Highway Capacity? (Business Courier) CoGo to Add Eight New Stations to Bike-Share Network This Summer (Columbus Dispatch) Akron Mayor Wants to Bypass Governor to Build Rail Link With Cleveland (Plain Dealer) Funds Finally Falling Into Place for Long-Awaited Oxford Perimeter Trail (Hamilton Journal-News) Cleveland Heights Aiming […]

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Ohio Transit Needs Great, But State Skimps on Funding (WCPO) Bike Lane Could Replace On-Street Parking in Troy (Dayton Daily News) Someone Shot an RTA Bus (Dayton Daily News) Toledo Driver Injures Pedestrian and Flees the Scene (Toledo Blade) Historic Flooding Shuts Down Findlay Streets (Toledo Blade) DC Metro Will Start Charging for Parking (WaPo) […]