Today’s Headlines

  • Discussion of Dedicated Transit Lanes in Downtown Cincy Gain Traction (Business Courier)
  • Cleveland RTA Testing Out New Bus Technology to Improve Safety (Plain Dealer)
  • Covington Celebrates Opening of Renovated Transit Center (River City News)
  • Grove City Hoping to Land $2.4 Million Grant to Build New Bike Path (Dispatch)
  • Cincinnati Streetcar Connecting People as Well as Places (Enquirer)
  • How Might Autonomous Vehicles Impact the Passenger Rail Industry? (CityLab)
  • American Cities Have Caught a Fever for “Open Streets” (Vox)

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Shaker Heights Planning to Reduce Lee Road From Four Lanes to Three (Plain Dealer) Closure of Elm Street Shows That a Lane Could Be Designated to Cyclists (5chw4r7z) GoBus Launching More Inter-City Bus Routes in Ohio (Athens News) Open Data Allows for Launch of New Transit App in Cleveland (GCN) Mobile Parking Payment App Now Available […]

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SORTA to Build New Transit Hub in Northside (Business Courier) How to Get Cleveland to a More Bike-Friendly Future (CleveScene) LINK Bike Share to Stay Open Through Winter (WDTN) 9 Parks and Trail Ideas That Cincinnati Should Steal From Other Cities (WCPO) New Townhome Development to Capitalize on Proximity to Blue Line (Plain Dealer) We Price […]

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Ohio’s Major Cities Fail Miserably in Terms of Public Transit Accessibility (FiveThirtyEight) Developer Planning $100 Million Project Along Cincy’s Streetcar Line (Business Courier) Clark County to Privatize Transit Service for People With Disabilities (News-Sun) Dayton-Area Communities Receive $1.5 Million for Biz District Upgrades (Business Journal) Cincy’s Urban-Focused Development Approach Making It More Attractive to Millennials (WCPO) Transit Openings […]

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How Kasich Is Yanking the Rug From Under Ohio Transit Agencies (Plain Dealer) Is John Cranley Trying to Preemptively Kill Transit Levy? (Business Courier) Ohio Cities Falling Behind Rest of Nation’s Transit Growth (Curbed) Street Improvements on the Way for Historic Columbus Neighborhoods (Business First) Despite Clear Need, Western Hills Viaduct Replacement to Take 10 Years […]
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You may have seen this headline recently: Columbus will ‘leap-frog’ light rail as transit option after Smart City Challenge win. We’re here to tell you being a smart city means more than embracing driverless cars, it means investing in making Columbus a city focused on moving people. Light Rail, Bus Rapid Transit, and other high capacity […]

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Light Rail Transit Is the Future for Cincinnati (WCPO) Do Any Columbus City Council Candidates Care About Transportation? (Columbus Dispatch) Deal Means Area School Children Can Continue Taking Bus to School (Dayton Daily News) As Downtown Cleveland’s Population Grows, So Does Its Retail Offerings (Plain Dealer) Cincinnati Putting Together Citywide Bike Trail Network (Business Courier) Cities […]