Today’s Headlines

  • COTA’s Bus Rapid Transit Plans May Expand Beyond Cleveland Avenue (Business First)
  • Maple Heights Students Concerned About Proposed RTA Service Cuts (19 News)
  • First Corporate Sponsor Signs Deal With Cincinnati Streetcar (Business Courier)
  • Friends of Camp Chase Trail Group Issues Safety Warning as Spring Arrives (Dispatch)
  • ODOT Aiming to Finish Innerbelt Bridge Construction Work This Year (Crain’s Business)
  • American Cities Should Ban Right Turns on Red (Next City)
  • What Would Happen to Cities If There Were No Urbanists? (CityMetric)

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How Kasich Is Yanking the Rug From Under Ohio Transit Agencies (Plain Dealer) Is John Cranley Trying to Preemptively Kill Transit Levy? (Business Courier) Ohio Cities Falling Behind Rest of Nation’s Transit Growth (Curbed) Street Improvements on the Way for Historic Columbus Neighborhoods (Business First) Despite Clear Need, Western Hills Viaduct Replacement to Take 10 Years […]

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State Legislative “Task Force” Cops Out on Gas Tax, Transpo Funding (Business First) Enquirer: Cincinnati Needs More Bike Lanes and Transit Cincinnati to Undertake First Downtown Traffic Study in Decades (Enquirer) Feds Appear to Support Columbus to Chicago HSR (WANE) Downtown Dayton’s Walkability Attracting More Apartments (Business Journal) We Can Design Cities Better If We Really Want […]

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Is RTA’s Waterfront Line a “Ghost Train” That Should Be Eliminated? (Plain Dealer) CoGo Gets First Corporate Bike Station Sponsor (Business First) NKY River Cities Gaining Popularity as Walkable Neighborhoods Take Lead (WCPO) Walkability of Downtown Dayton Driving Its Repopulation (Business Journal) Unique Sidewalk-Based Photo Exhibit Connects Cincy With Its Historic Roots (Next City) New App Aims to Integrate […]

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Why Aren’t More SORTA Board Members Regular Riders? (Enquirer) COTA to Implement New Routes on May 1 (Dispatch) New Transit Center Coming to Oakley’s Big Box Retail District (Soapbox) Jobs Have Boomed Along HealthLine (Plain Dealer) Columbus Thinks More Parking Will Solve Short North Congestion (Business First) More Cities Should Follow Buffalo and Get Rid of Parking Requirements […]

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Ohio Community With Surplus Loaning Money for Infrastructure to Other Cities (Governing) Driver Who Killed Grandfather, Two Toddlers Not Charged With Any Crime (Cincinnati Enquirer) Mount Carmel Health System to Relocate Hospital to Inaccessible Suburban Locale (Business First) Toledoans Encouraged to Bike for 30 Days to Buy Bikes for Children (Toledo Blade) Should Cincinnati’s Annual Suburban […]

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Cincinnati Is Ignoring Its Own Bike Plan (Enquirer) Driver Who Killed Cyclist Michael Prater to Be Charged With Aggravated Vehicular Homicide (WCPO) ODOT Approves $37 Million for Wellsburg-Brilliant Bridge (News-Register) Walkability Attracting More Housing Developers to Downtown Columbus (Business First) Should Cincy Leaders Allow Private Hotel to Purchase Control of Public Street? (Business Courier) Megabus Cuts Service […]