Today’s Headlines

  • CityBeat: Cincinnati Streetcar Represents City’s “Civic Redemption”
  • Metro to Offer Free Bus Service on Streetcar Opening Weekend (Business Courier)
  • Columbus Wants to Expand CoGo Bike Share to Suburbs (Dispatch)
  • Reshaped Van Aken Plaza Attracts Major New Tenant (Crain’s)
  • Akron Public Schools Approves Busing Plan for New School Year (Leader)
  • New Bar Hopes to Become Gathering Point for Bike Community (WCPO)
  • What Does Amtrak’s New CEO Mean for Future of Intercity Passenger Rail? (The Hill)
  • Big Transit Plans Going Before Voters in This Year’s Election (Governing)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • Nick Speelman

    Upper Arlington is at best five miles from downtown. Linden is about four. And people actually need bikes as a form of transportation in Linden. It’s not a recreational luxury for them. The city should think about using some of that Smart City money to make CoGo happen there. (And they should do something to make biking down Cleveland Ave not a death-defying act of heroism.) It would be a drop in that $140 million bucket.