Today’s Headlines

  • The Return of Buses to Cleveland’s Public Square Put On Hold (Plain Dealer)
  • Private Businesses Have Bought Up Almost All Advertising on Streetcar (Business Courier)
  • Report Finds That Protected Bike Lane Doesn’t Make Central Parkway More Dangerous (WCPO)
  • Residents Angry That They Now Have to Pay to Park in Covington (Enquirer)
  • Dayton Leaders Hope New Music Pavilion Changes Downtown (Business Journal)
  • What Should Cities Do When Their Streetscapes Get Too Full? (Next City)
  • Five Rules From Jan Gehl for Designing Great Cities (Co.Design)

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Most Clevelanders Get to Work Driving Alone, But Do They Have a Choice? (Crain’s Business) Lack of Transportation Options Diminishing Region’s Economic Mobility (Beacon Journal) Somebody Is Buying Up Large Chunks of Real Estate Along Streetcar Line (Business Courier) RTA Has Rolled Out a Holiday-Themed Bus for Dayton (Daily News) A Slew of Downtown Development Projects Get Green […]

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Developer Surprised Mega-Development Without Transit Has Traffic Problems (Enquirer) Traffic Roundabout With No Sidewalks or Crosswalks Planned for Avon (Plain Dealer) The Interesting Project That Allowed Columbus to Reclaim Its City Center (Next City) No Charges Will Be Pressed Against Driver Who Hit Boy on Bicycle (WHIO) Walkable Residential Infill Project Proposed for Downtown Columbus (Business […]

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Cincinnati Is Ignoring Its Own Bike Plan (Enquirer) Driver Who Killed Cyclist Michael Prater to Be Charged With Aggravated Vehicular Homicide (WCPO) ODOT Approves $37 Million for Wellsburg-Brilliant Bridge (News-Register) Walkability Attracting More Housing Developers to Downtown Columbus (Business First) Should Cincy Leaders Allow Private Hotel to Purchase Control of Public Street? (Business Courier) Megabus Cuts Service […]

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With So Many People Being Killed on Ohio Roadways, Improved Transit Could Save Lives (CityBeat) Cincinnati Approves Plan to Overhaul City Bus Stop Benches (Enquirer) FiveRivers MetroParks Looking to Improve Connectivity in Miami Valley (Business Journal) City Hoping New Signage Will Improve Traffic Flow Along Central Riverfront (WXIX) Density Scaled Back on New Short North […]

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Cleveland RTA’s State of Disrepair Causing Major Slowdowns for Transit Riders (Plain Dealer) Columbus Orgs Partnering on New Program to Encourage Bike Commuting (Business First) Ohio River Trail to Extend Two Miles Thanks to Federal Grant (WCPO) City Council Considers Fully Subsidizing Parking Garage for Developer (Business Courier) Ohio Planners Looking at How to Grow Non-Automotive […]