Today’s Headlines

  • NKY Working Hard to Extend Cincinnati Streetcar Across Ohio River (Enquirer)
  • Will Columbus Voters Approval “Critical” Transit Tax Levy Renewal? (ThisWeekNews)
  • Brunswick Weighs Entering Into NE Ohio Regional Transit System (Plain Dealer)
  • Wasson Way Trail Lands $750,000 Federal Grant (Business Courier)
  • OKI Continues to Embark on Road Widening Projects (99.3 Eagle)
  • Should Transit Focus Only on Serving Commuting Destinations? (New Geography)
  • Is Increased Biking a Cause or Effect of Gentrification — or Neither? (Guardian)

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Ohio Needs to Come to Grips With Reality and Embrace Intercity Train Travel (Plain Dealer) SORTA Forms Committee to Explore Putting Transit Tax on 2016 Ballot (Enquirer) A More Pedestrian and Bike Friendly Ridge Avenue Bridge Is Now Open (Daily News) Students Need a Safe Crossing at The South End of University Circle (Plain Dealer) OKI […]

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Op-Ed: Ohio Should Use Fracking Tax to Bolster Mass Transit (Plain Dealer) Ohio’s Easy Commutes Have Made It Complacent When It Comes to Transit (Palladium-Item) Is There Any Hope, Or Need, to Restart The $2.7 Billion Brent Spence Bridge Project? (Enquirer) It Took 20 Years to Build Cincinnati’s Famed Roebling Suspension Bridge (WCPO) Work Has […]

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Public Transit Ridership Inches Upward in Ohio’s Major Cities (Business Courier) Ohio Lawmakers Propose Increasing Rural Highway Speed Limits to 75 MPH (Columbus Dispatch) Cleveland RTA to Sell $51 Million of Highly Rated Transit Bonds (Bond Buyer) Covered Bike/Ped Bridge Receives $2.2 Million in Federal Funding (Dayton Daily News) Are Open Container Districts Good or […]

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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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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 […]

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Dayton Link Bike-Share System Logs More Than 1,300 Rides in First Week (WDTN) Mayor Nan Whaley Urging Congress to Pass a Six-Year Transportation Bill (New York Times) Annual Ride of Silence Honors Those Injured or Killed While Riding Bicycles (Columbus Dispatch) TARTA to Install Solar Array on Its Main Bus Garage (Toledo Blade) The Banks Developers Ready […]