Today’s Headlines

  • Greyhound’s Move to Downtown Train Station Drawing Near (Blade)
  • Covington Looks to Put Pedestrians at Center of Redevelopment Plan (River City News)
  • ODOT’s West Shoreway Project in Cleveland Millions Over Budget (WEWS)
  • OhioHealth Shows That Urban Medical Centers Still Make Sense (Business First)
  • Cincinnati’s Urban Apartment Boom Expected to Continue for Years (Business Courier)
  • Most American Mayors Would Rather Add Bike Lanes Than Car Parking (Bicycling)
  • Should U.S. Place Responsibility for Road Safety on Its Designers? (Public Radio International)

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Dayton RTA and Union Reach Deal to End Strike (Business Journal) New Ohio Law Lets Drivers Decide When to Obey Red Lights (WNWO) Covington Ends Paid Parking in Central Business District (Business Courier) Streetcar Changing Market Trends in Cincy’s Center City (Rejournal) MORPC Has a Lot of Time on Its Hands, Apparently (Business First) When Cities Are Designed for Walking, […]

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University Circle Development Adding Apartments, Cutting Parking (Plain Dealer) More and More Area Malls Trying to Manufacture Walkable Town Centers (Business Courier) New Airport Express Bus Line Appears Promising (Dispatch) Several Downtown Express Bus Lines to Be Rerouted (Enquirer) Urban Lifestyle of Columbus Attracted New Capital University President (Business First) Majority of Americans Say They’re Not Ready […]