Today’s Headlines

  • COTA Pushing Hard to Win Voter Approval on Transit Levy Renewal (ThisWeekNews)
  • Six People Walking or Biking Have Been Killed By Drivers in Cincinnati in Past Month (WCPO)
  • Lucas County Improves Signage on Dangerous, Heavily-Cycled Road, But Not Design (Blade)
  • Will Akron Score Big Again in This Year’s Knight Cities Challenge? (Beacon Journal)
  • Walkable, Mixed-Use Development Coming to Heart of Silverton (Enquirer)
  • On-Demand Service Apps Changing the Dynamic of Retail Streets (Guardian)
  • Why Does Technology Tend to Have a Bias Toward Cars? (CityMetric)

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Cincy Red Bike Plans to Expand to Northern Kentucky This Summer (WVXU) Councilwoman Dona Brady Thinks Suburbs Have Advantage With Free Parking (Cleveland Tribune) Dayton Driver Hits Child Riding Bike, Child Cited for Jaywalking (ABC 22) Metro Wants Public Feedback on Rails-To-Trails Project (Business Courier) What It’s Like to Live in Downtown Cleveland (The Sound of […]

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Officials Staying Quiet on Request for Protected Bike Lanes on Opportunity Corridor (Plain Dealer) Covington Comes Up With Enough Money for Six Additional Red Bike Stations (WCPO) Middletown Reluctantly Deactivated 14 Red Light Cameras on Monday (Journal-News) Another Major Development Breaks Ground in Walkable Mariemont Neighborhood (Cincinnati Enquirer) Cleveland Doubling Down on Its Street-Paving Budget (Plain […]

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Toledo’s Bus System Is Running Out of Gas (Toledo Blade) 2016 Republican National Convention Will Challenge Cleveland’s Transportation Network (Plain Dealer) Developer to Add Floors to Recently Built Mid-Rise on High Street (Columbus Dispatch) Longtime Leader of Towpath Trail Will Remain in Power Despite Tax Evasion Charges (Plain Dealer) Developer Looking to Revive Plans for Mega-Development […]

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CIN-CHI Passenger Rail Effort Stays Alive Thanks to Hoosier State Deal (Indianapolis Star) Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson Makes Massive Capital Budget Recommendations (Plain Dealer) A Humble Case in Defense of Taking The Bus (Toledo Free Press) Does Hartford Have a Better BRT Line Than Cleveland? (Medium) Cincy Developer Planning Hundreds of Micro-Apartments for Historic Office Tower (Business Courier) […]