Today’s Headlines

By Timothy Broderick | Jun 20, 2017

  • Cincinnati City Council Allocates $500K for Unspecified “Pedestrian Safety” Measures (WVXU)
  • TARTA Sales Tax Plan Receives Mixed Reviews (Toledo Blade)
  • When Seniors Can No Longer Drive, Transit Can Pick Up the Slack (Dayton Daily News)
  • Proposed Columbus Park Will Link Regional Bike Trail to Downtown (Columbus Underground)
  • Metro RTA Executive Director Keeps Job, But Loses Responsibilities (Akron Beacon-Journal)
  • Baltimore Has Revamped Bus Lines to Improve Service (Baltimore Sun)
  • Birmingham Bus Riders Welcome Long-Awaited Max Central Station (WIAT)

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COTA Says November Tax Levy “Critical” to Agency’s Future (ThisWeek) TARTA May Buy Former Newspaper Headquarters for New Bus Hub (Blade) RTA and University of Akron Launch Free Downtown Shuttle Bus (Beacon Journal) Columbus Looking to Launch Small, Autonomous Bus Operations (Dispatch) Self-Driving Cars May Soon Be Allowed on Ohio Turnpike (Newsday) What, If Anything, Can […]

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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 […]

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Can “Ohio Homecoming” Project Help Turn Around Cleveland’s Inner City? (Cleveland Magazine) Officials Now Calling for Combined Bus, Rail Hub for Downtown (Toledo Blade) More Parking Reforms Appear to Be On Horizon for Cincinnati’s Center City (Business Courier) Columbus to Fix Pedestrian Bridge Following Collapse (Columbus Dispatch) Supporters Rally Once More to Keep Hoosier State […]

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Thanks to State Legislature, Columbus to Turn Off Red-Light Cameras in March (Columbus Dispatch) Tensions Cool Over Roadway Plan for Proposed East Side Development (Business Courier) Akron Schools Made Private and Charter Students Walk Too Far to Bus Stops (Akron Beacon Journal) Buses Are a Boon, Not a Blockade (Columbus Dispatch) Toledo Paratransit Service to Contract Weekend […]

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Toledo Plans to Sue State of Ohio to Keep Red Light Cameras (Toledo Blade) Task Force Calls for Light Rail Connection Between Airport, Downtown Columbus (Business First) Cleveland City Council Approves Deal to Build Pedestrian Bridge to Lakefront (Plain Dealer) Can Genesee & Wyoming Inc. Actually Block Planned Bike Trail? (Business Courier) Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission Supports Columbus […]

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Congressman Massie Wants to Cut Transportation Funding for Everything But Roads (River City News) Transit Agency Looking to Finally Improve Connections to Airport (Business Courier) Planned ODOT Spending in Akron Almost Entirely Focused on Road Construction (Akron Leader) City’s Transportation Department Gets $2 Million Boost (Toledo Blade) If Eastern Corridor Is Cancelled, Can Its Funding Be Reallocated Within Cincinnati? […]