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  • Kasich MIA as Transit Agencies Scramble to Fill Unexpected Budget Holes (Dispatch)
  • Report: Ohio Should Invest in Transit to Improve Access to Jobs (WKSU)
  • When Streets Aren’t Safe for Kids to Walk to School, Chaos Ensues (Eagle-Gazette)
  • Summit County METRO Wants to Hear From the Public on Bus System Revamp (Cleveland.com)
  • Pedestrian Safety Consultant Comes to Oxford (Dayton Daily News)
  • Two Killed in Columbus Traffic Crashes in a Span of a Few Hours (Dispatch)

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  • Cincy Streetcar Driving Millions in Development, But Ridership Numbers Falter (Business Courier)
  • Why Vine Street Could Work for Streetcar Extension (Business Courier)
  • Blogger Catalogues All of Cleveland’s Transit-Oriented Development (NeoTrans)
  • Check Out These Stunning Photos of the Towpath Trail (Freshwater Cleveland)
  • Wi-Fi Now Available on All COTA Buses (WOSU)
  • Which Transit Option Should Officials Pursue for San Fernando Valley? (KPCC)
  • Another Caltrain Sales Tax Measure Nears Approval (East Bay Times)

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  • How Did the Cincy Streetcar Fare in Its Inaugural Year? (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • Quick-Thinking Cincinnati Metro Driver Saves Pedestrian’s Life (WLWT)
  • Bomb Threat Clears RTA Station (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • Funding Shortfall Slows Ohio River Trail Completion (WCPO)
  • Ohio Is First State to Enact Public Rail Safety Standards (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • After Two Decades of Political Football, Purple Line Construction Begins (Baltimore Sun)
  • What If Miami Streets Were Safe Enough to Walk or Bike the “Last Mile”? (Herald)

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  • Pol: Western Hills Viaduct Funding Package Should Complement Cincy Transit (WCPO)
  • Cleveland Riverfront Park Will Help Flesh Out Regional Trail Network (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • Cleveland Looks to Develop Permanent Public Square “Security Measures” (WVXU)
  • Columbus Man Sells Stolen COTA Bus Passes Intended for Students (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Will New Dayton Music Venue Fill Empty Downtown Garage? (Dayton Daily News)
  • Government Watchdog Group Sues Sacramento Over Streetcar Funding Plan (Sacramento Bee)
  • Historic Funicular Reopens in L.A. (L.A. Times)

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  • Major Ohio Cities Rank Poorly for Bike Infrastructure (People for Bikes)
  • Cincinnati Parking Meter Rate Hikes Coming in September (WVXU)
  • Akron Officials Spruce Up Towpath Trail (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • Idling Trains Disrupt Columbus Neighborhood (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Why Are There Multiple “Dixie Highways” in Ohio? (WOSU)
  • Restructured Baltimore Bus Network Loathed By Local Transit Union (Baltimore Sun)
  • Denver Stripes Transit-Only Lanes Along Commuter Corridor (Denver Post)

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  • How ODOT Ruined a Project That Would Have Opened Up a Cleveland Waterfront (Plain Dealer)
  • GCRTA Tests Zero-Emission Electric Buses (Cleveland 19)
  • University of Cincinnati Ends Unlimited Student Bus Passes (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • Cincinnati Repurposes Parking Meters for Homeless Donations (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • Metro Seeks Feedback on Route Restructuring (WCPO)
  • First All-Electric BRT Line Opens in Stockton, CA (Mass Transit Magazine)
  • After Fatal Heart Attack on Metrolink, Officials Want Defibrillators on Commuter Trains (LA Times)

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