Today’s Headlines

  • Young People, and Their Desire for Walkability, Are Redefining Cleveland’s Center City (CityLab)
  • Streetcar’s Operating Budget Outlook Getting Brighter (Business Courier)
  • COTA Says Riding the Bus Not Just for “Those People” (Business First)
  • Cleveland Heights Taking Community Approach to Safe Routes to School (Plain Dealer)
  • Collection of Pedestrian and Bike Improvements On Tap for Riverfront (Soapbox)
  • Is There a More Bike-Friendly Way to Design Trucks? (Next City)
  • Cars Sit Around Wasting Space in Parking Spots 95 Percent of the Time (Fortune)

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Bike Share, Inter-City Rail Initiative Win Best of Cincinnati Awards (CityBeat) 12 Things You Need to Know About Ohio’s New Transportation Budget (Aurora Advocate) Cincinnati Moving Toward More Market-Based Pricing for On-Street Parking (Business Courier) Akron Looking for Public Feedback on Transportation Improvement Plan (Akron Leader) Transit Services Inconsistent for People With Disabilities (Plain Dealer) Designs […]

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Cleveland Eastside Greenway Intended to Offer Alternative to Driving (Freshwater) New Program to Bring Parklets to Downtown Covington (River City News) Athens City Council Looking Into Columbus Road Bike Spur (Post) Streetcar Construction Nearly Complete, Trains to Arrive in October (Business Courier) Community College Opens New Campus Along Cincy’s First Protected Bike Lane (Soapbox) Denser […]

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To Boost Transit Ridership, COTA May Give Free Rides to Downtown Workers (Columbus Dispatch) Rails-to-Trails Debate Brewing in Cincinnati (Business Courier) Volunteers Gearing Up for Dayton’s May 5 Bike-Share Launch (WDTN) Newport Poised for Success as Cincy Red Bike Expands Into Northern Kentucky (River City News) Recent Incidents Leaving People Wondering About Safety of Cleveland’s […]

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ODOT to Include Separated Bike and Pedestrian Path on Expanded Stroad (Business Courier) Ohio Judge Rules Against Cleveland’s Ability to Regulate According to Walkable Design (Plain Dealer) University of Cincinnati Professor Talks of Importance of Active Spaces in City Design (WVXU) Compact Walkability of Dayton Breathing New Life Into NKY River City (WCPO) Developers Cite Walkability, Transit […]

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One Cincinnati Resident Thinks Bike Lanes Cause Air Pollution (Enquirer) NKU Partners With Gotcha Bike, Not Red Bike, For New Bike-Share System (WCPO) Instead of Improving Service, SARTA Spending Money on Hydrogen Buses (Repository) Warren County Considering Adding Density in Car-Dependent Area (Daily News) These Six Projects Are Changing the Dynamic of Downtown Dayton (Business Journal) […]

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Cleveland RTA’s State of Disrepair Causing Major Slowdowns for Transit Riders (Plain Dealer) Columbus Orgs Partnering on New Program to Encourage Bike Commuting (Business First) Ohio River Trail to Extend Two Miles Thanks to Federal Grant (WCPO) City Council Considers Fully Subsidizing Parking Garage for Developer (Business Courier) Ohio Planners Looking at How to Grow Non-Automotive […]