Today’s Headlines

  • Task Force Says Cincinnati Region Needs County-Wide Transit Tax (Enquirer)
  • Planner Jarrett Walker Equates Transit With Freedom, Individual Liberty (Plain Dealer)
  • Region Split On Whether User Fees Should Pay for New Brent Spence Bridge (Business Courier)
  • University District Residents Fear Neighborhood Is Getting Too Densely Populated (Dispatch)
  • Mixed-Use Infill Project to Replace Gas Station in Dublin’s Bridge Street District (Business First)
  • The Benefits of Slower Traffic, Measured in Money and Lives (CityLab)
  • Cities Are Much Nicer When Designed for People, Not Cars (Gizmodo)

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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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Columbus Named Finalist in DOT’s Smart City Challenge (Next City) MPO Admits Traffic Is Decreasing on Brent Spence Bridge, Still Urges Expansion (Business Courier) TARTA Cuts Half of Bus Service for Toledo Public Schools to Save Money (Blade) Ohio River Trail Recommended for $1 Million in State Funds (WCPO) Walkable Infill Continues to Reshape Worthington’s Commercial District (Dispatch) America’s […]

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Bike Commuting Increases in Cincinnati Region, While Bus Commuting Lags (WCPO) Financing Approved for Transit-Centric Van Aken District Development (Plain Dealer) John Cranley: Transdev Should Either Improve Streetcar Headways or Face Lawsuit Three Easy and Two Complicated Ways to Improve Cincy Streetcar Performance (Enquirer) Huntington Bank Planning Outdated Suburban Office Complex for 1,00o Workers (Business First) NACTO Has […]

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Future of $2.4 Billion Brent Spence Bridge Project in Doubt (River City News) Columbus to Get First Protected Bike Lane in University District (Columbus Dispatch) Cleveland RTA Says Many Converts Sticking With Transit Despite Cheap Gas (Wall Street Journal) Bus Riders Object to COTA Plans to Consolidate Routes (Columbus Dispatch) Developer Going “All-In” on Redevelopment Project […]

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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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Ohio Needs to Invest in Transit to Grow Sluggish Economy (Plain Dealer) Is SORTA’s Transit Levy Destined for Failure? (Business Courier) Cincinnati’s Regional Bus Network in Need of $1 Billion Upgrade (Enquirer) Congress Needs to Pony Up for Ohio Infrastructure (Business First) Should Ohio Toll the New Brent Spence Bridge? (WCPO) To Make Buses “Cool,” […]