Today’s Headlines

  • Ohio Senate Nixes Millions for Public Transit in New Budget (Plain Dealer)
  • Gas Tax Not Viable Funding Method, says Senate President (Dispatch)
  • ODOT Seeks Feedback for Transportation Plan (Blade)
  • Water Main Project Reroutes Dayton Buses (Daily News)
  • Cincinnati Streetcar Monthly Passes Coming This Summer (WCPO)
  • League of American Bicyclists Publishes State Rankings (Next City)
  • Dallas Turns Downtown Parking Lot Into Park (Morning News)

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Ohio Senate Passes Two-Year State Budget Proposal (Beacon Journal) Central Parkway’s Protected Bike Lane Not a “Disaster” as Mayor Cranley Suggests (Enquirer) COTA and Dublin Agree to Land Swap for New Park-And-Ride Station (Dispatch) Track Your Bus in Real-Time With New Smart Phone App (Cleveland Scene) Cincinnati Leaders Calling for Property Tax to Support City […]

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$7 Billion Transportation Budget Makes Its Way to Ohio Senate (Toledo Blade) Cincinnati Drivers Continue to Pummel Ohio’s First Protected Bike Lane (Business Courier) Work Nears Completion on $35.5 Million Scioto Greenways Project (Columbus Dispatch) Passenger Rail to Chicago Gains Support From City of Norwood, U.S. Senator (Business Courier) GE CEO Says Cincinnati’s Vibrant Urban Core […]

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RTA Ridership Declines 7 Percent After Service Cuts (Plain Dealer) State Reverses Law Permitting Drivers to Run Red Lights, OKs It for Cyclists (Dispatch) Safe-Passing Bicycle Law Establishes 3-Foot Minimum (WCPO) Someone Replaced 35 MPH Signs in Cleveland With 25 MPH Signs (Dispatch) Cincinnati Streetcar Operator Warns of “Catastrophic” Equipment Problems (Business Courier) Transportation Bill Passes Ohio […]

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2015 Has Been An Especially Deadly Year on Ohio’s Roadways (Dispatch) Clark County Judge Rules Against Springfield’s Use of Red Light Cameras (News-Sun) Bike Miami Valley Launches New Bike Parking Program (Rocket) ODOT Closes Bike Trail, Offers “Dangerous” Alternative in Response (Dispatch) An Outsider’s Look at Rebirth of Cincinnati’s Walkable Urban Neighborhoods (New Geography) An Interactive […]

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Millennials Opting for Car-Free Transportation in Cleveland (WOIO) COTA Adding Branded Signage at Cleveland Avenue CMAX Stations (Business First) Letter to the Editor: Planned Trail Offers Benefits for Students (Akron Leader) Flexibility on Streetcar Operating Agreement Could Save Taxpayer Dollars (Cincinnati Enquirer) Future of Transit Hub for Elderly, Disabled in Doubt Following Lawsuit (Dayton Daily News) Slower VMT Growth Is the […]

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Kasich to Ohio’s Transit Agencies: Drop Dead (Plain Dealer) Will New Amtrak Stop in Oxford Lay Groundwork for Daily Rail to Chicago? (WCPO) How Many People Rode the Cincy Streetcar in 2016? (Business Courier) COTA’s Discounted Bus Passes Sold Out in One Day (Business First) Covington’s New Mayor Poised to Make Parking Situation Worse (Enquirer) Elaine Chao […]