Today’s Headlines

  • Even With Jobs and Training, Many in Columbus Lack Transportation (WCMH)
  • Cincinnati Conducting Another Analysis of City’s Lone Protected Bike Lane (Enquirer)
  • Warehouse District Parking Lot Poised to Remain That Way (Plain Dealer)
  • 90% of Uber’s Top Destinations in Cincy Located Within Two Blocks of Streetcar Line (WCPO)
  • Montgomery County Looking to Redevelop Long Underutilized Fairgrounds Site (Business Journal)
  • Here’s Why Complete Streets Make Economic Sense (Stantec)
  • Big Cities Capturing Much of America’s Economic Resurgence (Vox)

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Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Strikes Deal with Ride-Sharing Companies (WCPO) Bike to Work Day Scheduled for Downtown Cleveland Commuters on Friday (19 Action News) Protesters Call on Dayton RTA to Make Bus System More Accessible (WKEF) With Minimal Regional Transit Options, Should Cincinnati Be Considering $200M for Arena? (Enquirer) New Delaware County Economic Development Director Banking on […]

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Uber Plans to Add 10,000 Drivers in Ohio Over Next Year (Dispatch) Motorist Who Hit Five People Riding Bikes, Killing Two, Remains Uncharged (Beacon Journal) Here’s How Cincinnatians Could Be Willing to Support a New Transit Tax in 2016 (Business Courier) Cincinnati Is Using Space Invaders to Help Activate Unused Public Spaces (5chw4r7z) Speed Cameras May Soon Be […]

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Monthly Streetcar Pass Finally Approved (Cincinnati Business Courier) ODOT Rarely Awards Contracts to Minority-Owned Businesses (WCPO) RTA Reroutes Several West Side Busses (Cleveland Plain Dealer) Richard Florida Warns Columbus of Growing Economic Segregation (Columbus Dispatch) Cincinnati Democrats Snub Transit Advocate in City Council Race (Cincinnati Business Courier) WMATA Falls Well Short of Diversity Contracting Mark (WaPo) Massachusetts State […]

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It’s Appears Almost Certain SORTA Will Seek Tax Levy in 2017 (Enquirer) Potential Dayton RTA Strike Could Cripple Regional Transportation (Daily News) Akron’s Vision and Redevelopment Plan Embraces Walkable Urbanism (Plain Dealer) Bike/Ped Trails Spurring Economic Development Throughout Cincinnati (WCPO) Ohio’s Tallest, and One of Its Most Dangerous, Bridges Finally Upgraded (Omnipro) Bike Lanes May Just […]