Today’s Headlines

  • Plans Evolve for Cincy’s Streetcar Opening Celebration (Business Courier)
  • Columbus-Area Bus Riders Can Now Track COTA Buses in Real-Time (Dispatch)
  • Brunswick City Council Still Trying to Figure Out What to Do With BTA Operations (Plain Dealer)
  • Fate of Riverfront Commons Project Unknown After Governor Bevin Yanks Funds (River City News)
  • Cincinnati Debating Whether to Spend $310,000 Existing or New Infrastructure (WCPO)
  • Why Didn’t the Idea of Moving Sidewalks Ever Catch On? (Inverse)
  • Billions Are Being Invested Into Driverless Car Technology That Americans Don’t Want (Bloomberg)

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