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Today’s Headlines

  • 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 Development Due to Neighborhood Opposition (Business First)
  • You Can’t Talk About Climate Change and Oppose Urban Density (Curbed)
  • Buses Should Never Have to Sit in Traffic Jams (Guardian)

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Public Urges NOACA to Update Transportation Plan With Less Auto-Centric Focus (Plain Dealer) Neighborhood Asking Cincinnati to Be Bold With Liberty Street Road Diet (Business Courier) Akron’s New Bike Racks Add Character to City’s Streets (Beacon Journal) Mt. Washington Looking for City to Slow Traffic, Improve Safety in NBD (Enquirer) New Parks, Open Spaces Fueling Columbus’s Center City Resurgence […]

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ODOT Leader Thinks Ohio Is Doing Enough to Support Transit (Enquirer) High-Rise Apartment Tower to Be Built Along Cleveland’s Healthline BRT (Plain Dealer) Just How Bad Is Traffic Congestion in Columbus? (Business First) Access to Transit Improves Shaker Heights’ Quality of Life (Jewish News) National Experts Say Cincinnati’s Leading in a New Type of Urban Design […]

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Cincinnati Completes Streetcar Construction On-Time and On-Budget (Business Courier) A 40-Block Bike Path Could Be Coming to Cleveland (Next City) Proposed Bike Trail Could Be a Lifeline For Westside Neighborhoods (WCPO) Fairborn to Spend $1.3 Million to Make Dayton Drive Safer — for Cars (Daily News) Hamilton’s German Village Plan Aims to Enhance Neighborhood’s Walkability (Business Courier) Population […]

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Ohio’s Metro Regions Aren’t That Much More Densely Populated Than Those in South (Geovisualist) Hardin County Commissioners Consider Pros and Cons of Inter-City Passenger Rail (Lima News) Cleveland RTA Just Added 90 Clean Natural Gas Buses to Its Fleet (WOIO) City Council Favors Idea of Higher Density, More Walkable Development (Business Courier) New Bike Tour Gives Riders a Chance […]

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Cleveland’s Bike-Share System Could Have Hundreds of Bicycles by Spring (Plain Dealer) COTA Seeking Input on the Future of Public Transit (ThisWeek) Organization Wants to Transform Pearl Alley Into Haven for Local Shops (Business First) Five Points Alley Pop-Up Park to Become Permanent (5chw4r7z) East Walnut Hills to Add Density With New Development (Enquirer) Gentrification Is […]

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ODOT Ignoring Millions of Ohioans By Not Investing in Transit (Chronicle-Telegram) TARTA Looking at Possibility of Raising Fares This Year (Toledo Blade) Survey: Tell the City of Cincinnati to Drop Its Minimum Parking Requirements (City of Cincinnati Survey) Don’t Take Cleveland’s Urban Circulator Trolley for Granted (Crain’s Cleveland Business) The Grand Experiment of Cincinnati’s Changing Republic […]