Today’s Headlines

  • Lakefront Pedestrian Bridge, Lake Link Trail Receive Millions in Ohio Budget (Plain Dealer)
  • CAF USA Delayed in Delivering Cincinnati’s Final Streetcar (Business Courier)
  • Dayton RTA Spending $3.1 Million on High-Tech Security Cameras (Daily News)
  • Highway Extension Project Displacing Low-Income NKY Residents (WCPO)
  • Ohio State Spending $50 Million to Replace Parking Lots With Garages (Business First)
  • It’s Time to Rethink the Way We Design Our Sidewalks (Mobility Lab)
  • “The Absurd Primacy of the Automobile in American Life” (CityLab)

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Ohio House Rejects Governor’s Call for Meager Transit Spending Increase (Plain Dealer) Youngstown Continues Process of Reinventing Its Downtown (New York Times) “Governments Should Adopt a Fix-it-First Approach to Our Roads and Bridges” (Enquirer) Cincinnati’s First Streetcar Vehicles Will Arrive in September (WCPO) Ride-Sharing Services Growing in Popularity in Akron (Beacon Journal) Commissioners Approve $12.1 Million […]

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Kasich to Ohio’s Transit Agencies: Drop Dead (Plain Dealer) Will New Amtrak Stop in Oxford Lay Groundwork for Daily Rail to Chicago? (WCPO) How Many People Rode the Cincy Streetcar in 2016? (Business Courier) COTA’s Discounted Bus Passes Sold Out in One Day (Business First) Covington’s New Mayor Poised to Make Parking Situation Worse (Enquirer) Elaine Chao […]

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Congressman Massie Wants to Cut Transportation Funding for Everything But Roads (River City News) Transit Agency Looking to Finally Improve Connections to Airport (Business Courier) Planned ODOT Spending in Akron Almost Entirely Focused on Road Construction (Akron Leader) City’s Transportation Department Gets $2 Million Boost (Toledo Blade) If Eastern Corridor Is Cancelled, Can Its Funding Be Reallocated Within Cincinnati? […]

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Ohio Bike and Pedestrian Projects Make Up Tiny Percentage of Spending (Dispatch) Franklinton to Implement Traffic Calming Measures on Broad Street (Business First) Death of Michael Prater Cited as Reason for Cincinnati to Invest in Off-Road Trails (News Record) Cincinnati Says Proposed Early Voting Site Isn’t Transit Accessible (Business Courier) Posh New Hotel in Downtown Cleveland to […]

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Advocacy Group Lobbies Ohio House for Adequate Transit Funding (Policy Matters) Ohio Pols Want to Subsidize Trucking Jobs and Make It Easier to Get Licenses (WKSU) Hamilton County Earmarks $2 Million for Transportation (Business Courier) Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge Coming to Olentangy River (Business First) Dayton Seeks to Transform Elevated Rail Line Into Park, Bike Path (Daily News) Rail Ridership Skyrockets in Atlanta […]

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Cincinnati’s Talking About Regional Light Rail Again (Business Courier) Red Bike’s Expansion Into Northern Kentucky Off to Fast Start (WCPO) Does Akron Really Have the Worst Roads in the United States? (Beacon-Journal) Work on Dublin’s Bridge Park Could Begin in August (Dispatch) $7 Million Housing Development Planned for Downtown Dayton (Business Journal) Feds Warn States […]