Today’s Headlines

  • Despite Rumors, Google’s Sidewalk Labs Isn’t Taking Over Transit in Columbus (CityLab)
  • Red Bike Riders Saved 18,000 Gallons of Gas in First Year (Enquirer)
  • Cleveland RTA Facing “Catastrophic” Revenue Loss in 2017 (Plain Dealer)
  • Ohio State Looking to Create More Walkable Gateway to Campus (Business First)
  • Neighborhood Residents Fight to Save Their Urban Grocer (Enquirer)
  • What Will Become of America’s Awful Big Box Stores? (ArchDaily)
  • It’s a Bad Idea to Let Suburban Grocery Stores Design Urban Environments (City Beautiful)

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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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Cincinnati’s One-Year-Old Bike Share System Is Smashing All Projections (Enquirer) Clifton Boulevard Bike/Bus Lane Violators Causing More Problems (Plain Dealer) New Road Project Continues to Blow Budget Without Much Public Debate (Enquirer) New Public Plaza Planned for Convention Center Leaves Much to Be Desired (Business First) Area Surrounding Arena District Continues to Add Density (Dispatch) With […]

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Cleveland RTA in Desperate Need of Cash Infusion (Crain’s Business) Cincinnati to Conduct First Downtown Traffic Study in 20 Years (WCPO) Bus Riders Urge Toledo Voters to Approve Transit Levy (Blade) Cyclist Critically Injured by Hit-and-Run Driver in Over-the-Rhine (Enquirer) Elderly Woman Killed by Driver While Walking Home in Downtown Cincy (Enquirer) Senior Citizens Are Looking […]

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Cincinnati’s Mayor Decides Not to Veto Streetcar Operating Budget (Enquirer) Trotwood And Clayton Seek to Reduce Speed Limits to Improve Safety (Dispatch) Cincy Files Federal Lawsuit to Get Newport to Maintain Purple People Bridge (Business Courier) Hamilton’s Resurgence Illustrates Larger Swing Back to Urban Areas (WCPO) New Downtown Dayton Hotel Gets Key Approval to Move Forward […]

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SORTA Board Member Jack Painter Likens Sustainability Program to Hitler Advocacy (Cincinnati Enquirer) DiSalle Bridge Replacement Moving Forward as Single-Mode Project (Toledo Blade) Workers Dream of Closed Construction Zones Where Fear of Cars Disappears (Beacon Journal) City Continues Fruitless Effort of Widening Roads to Reduce Congestion (Columbus Dispatch) Are These Planned Apartments Really Walkable as Developer Claims? […]

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ODOT’s Obsession With 12-Foot Driving Lanes Makes Ohio’s Roads Dangerous (Lima News) COTA Happy With Performance of New AirConnect Bus Service (Business First) NE Ohio’s Lack of Connectivity Shows Failure of Intercity Transit Network (Red, Green and Blue) CareSource Doubling Down On Its Commitment to Dayton’s Urban Core (Business Journal) GE Says Walkable Location Was […]