Today’s Headlines

  • Downtown Cleveland’s Transportation Options Fueling Its Rebound (WKYC)
  • Residential Alleyways Making a Comeback in Cincinnati (Business Courier)
  • Cleveland Planning $30 Million Road Improvement Program (Idea Stream)
  • $10,000 Grant to Pay for Bicycle and Pedestrian Awareness (Enquirer)
  • State Passes 3-Foot Cyclist Passing Law for Northern Kentucky (WCPO)
  • Big Investments Kick-Off 2016 for Increasingly Attractive Downtown Dayton (Business Journal)
  • Urban Areas Gaining Value More Quickly Than Suburban, Rural Counterparts (City Observatory)
  • President Obama Wants to Provide $32 Billion Annually for “Clean Transportation” (The Hill)

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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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Contrary to Rumors, 99 Percent of Streetcar Riders Pay Fare (WVXU) COTA Ditches Downtown-Focused Bus Network for Grid-Based System (Columbus Business First) Hamilton County Commissioners Pledge Nearly $1M for Transportation Projects (Cincinnati Enquirer) Redesigned Bus Network Offers Free Rides for First Week (Columbus Business First) Local Architects Discuss Capping Fort Washington Way (WVXU) Providence Nixes Streetcar For BRT (Providence Journal) Maryland’s Light-Rail […]

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Cincinnati Youth Concerned About Lack of Transportation Options (WLWT) Cleveland Heights Looking to Retrofit Severance Town Center (Plain Dealer) University of Toledo, City Hall Pull Funding for New Dorr Street Interchange (13abc) Italian Village’s Walkability Leading to Better Than Expected Residential Sales (Business First) Another Tech Company Attracted to Urban Environment of Downtown Dayton (Business Journal) U.S. DOT […]

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More of Ohio’s Roadways Should Be Funded With User Fees (Plain Dealer) As Mayor, Sandy Collins Says She Would Improve Toledo’s Public Transportation (Blade) Bellvue City Council Approves Funds for Another Red Bike Station (River City News) State Legislation Appears Likely for App-Based Taxis (Crain’s Business) Developer Planning Hundreds of Apartments, Grocery Store for Downtown Cincy (Enquirer) Here’s How […]