Today’s Headlines

  • Crain’s Business: Ohio Transportation Funding Isn’t Fair or Reasonable
  • Akron to Add New Sidewalks and Bike Lane Along Aqueduct Street (Beacon Journal)
  • Fairfield Hopes Upgrades Will Improve One of America’s Most Dangerous Intersections (WCPO)
  • Car-Oriented Businesses Continued to Get Pushed Out of Short North (Business First)
  • Developer Finishing Off $73 Million Walkable Housing Development in Mariemont (Enquirer)
  • Miamisburg Seeing Influx of New Businesses in Traditional Downtown (Business Journal)
  • New Study Looks at Why Bike Share Is So Much Safer Than Biking Generally (Vox)
  • American’s Have Low Expectations for Transit. That’s Why It’s So Bad (MZ Strategies)

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