Today’s Headlines

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  • Lessons from Cincinnati Streetcar’s First Six Months (WCPO)
  • Akron Needs $25 Million to Maintain Bus Fleet (Plain Dealer)
  • Smart City Grant Brings Electric Vehicle Charging Expo to Columbus (Columbus Business First)
  • Cleveland Hospitals Partner With Local Transit to Boost Healthcare Access (Plain Dealer)
  • Business Leaders Anxiously Await Trump’s Infrastructure Plan (Akron Beacon-Journal)
  • California Bails Out BART’s Planned Service Reduction (SF Chronicle)
  • Car Tax Rollback Could Threaten Seattle Transit Projects (Seattle Times)

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  • Columbus Offers Free Bus Rides to Free Up Parking Spaces (Columbus Business First)
  • ODOT “Toward Zero Deaths” Conferences Highlight Dangers of Distracted Driving (Toledo Blade)
  • Bus Line Serving Greater Cincinnati Seniors in Jeopardy (WCPO)
  • Variable Speed Limits Coming to Northeastern Ohio Interstate (News-Herald)
  • Indians Fans Flood Rail Lines on Opening Day (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • San Diego BRT Lags Behind Rosy Projections (Voice of San Diego)
  • Boston Overhauls Bus Network Using MIT Modeling (CityLab)

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  • Contrary to Rumors, 99 Percent of Streetcar Riders Pay Fare (WVXU)
  • COTA Ditches Downtown-Focused Bus Network for Grid-Based System (Columbus Business First)
  • Hamilton County Commissioners Pledge Nearly $1M for Transportation Projects (Cincinnati Enquirer)
  • Redesigned Bus Network Offers Free Rides for First Week (Columbus Business First)
  • Local Architects Discuss Capping Fort Washington Way (WVXU)
  • Providence Nixes Streetcar For BRT (Providence Journal)
  • Maryland’s Light-Rail Future Uncertain After Trump’s Infrastructure Cuts (NYT)

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  • Advocacy Group Lobbies Ohio House for Adequate Transit Funding (Policy Matters)
  • Ohio Pols Want to Subsidize Trucking Jobs and Make It Easier to Get Licenses (WKSU)
  • Hamilton County Earmarks $2 Million for Transportation (Business Courier)
  • Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge Coming to Olentangy River (Business First)
  • Dayton Seeks to Transform Elevated Rail Line Into Park, Bike Path (Daily News)
  • Rail Ridership Skyrockets in Atlanta After I-85 Collapse (Mobility Lab)
  • New NYC Ferries on the Way (AP)

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  • New Bike-Passing Law Great, But Not Enough (WCPO)
  • Bike Lanes Coming to Major Cincinnati Thoroughfare (Business Courier)
  • Kasich Tells Ohioans to Work With, Not Against, Autonomous Vehicles (Blade)
  • WCPO: Here’s What It’s Like to Drive a Bus
  • Meet the Man Behind Columbus’s Road Maps (Dispatch)
  • DC Drivers Outpace National Average in Phone Usage While Driving (Post)
  • Center for American Progress Reminds: Highways Don’t Pay for Themselves

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