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  • Plan Would Bring 24-Hour Buses, BRT, and New Routes to Hamilton County (CityBeat)
  • Cincy Mayor Set to Announce Funding Stream for Decrepit Viaduct (WCPO)
  • Another Strike Looming as Dayton RTA and Transit Union Bicker (WDTN)
  • Toledo Acknowledges Importance of Sidewalks for Commuting (WTOL 11)
  • Driver Kills Pedestrian on Middletown Traffic Sewer; WCPO Blames Victim
  • Thanks to Nonprofit, 1,000 Akron Kids Get Bikes for Christmas (Cleveland.com)

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  • Cincinnati Pledges to Improve Pedestrian Safety — Will It Be Enough? (CityBeat)
  • Smart City Columbus Aims to Improve Mobility for Pregnant Mothers (Columbus Underground)
  • Akron Looks to Revitalize Downtown With Bike Lanes, Green Space, Housing (Cleveland.com)
  • TARTA Board Approves Bus Service Cuts (Toledo Blade)
  • Ohio Senate Minority Leader Calls for Transit Reform (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • Report: Newspapers With Car Advertisements Are Less Likely to Report Recalls (NBER)

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  • Cincy Spent $37M for Stadium Infrastructure, Can’t Find $250K for Bike Trail (WCPO)
  • Cincy Streetcar Ticket Machines Finally Not Screwing Up (WVXU)
  • Residents Hope Revamped MetroHealth Line Will Help Neighborhood (Plain Dealer)
  • Buffalo Parents Want Better Bus Service for Kids (Buffalo News)
  • LA Breaks Ground on Gold Line Extension (Mass Transit Magazine)
  • Bad Contract Keeps San Diego From Launching Dockless Bike Program (Union-Tribune)

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  • Council Member Believes Columbus Can Outgrow Car Dependency (Columbus Dispatch)
  • COTA Conducting Final Interviews for New CEO (Columbus Dispatch)
  • OSU Student Team Shows Off Transit Commuting Tool in DC (Ohio State News)
  • If You Want to Improve Walkability, Don’t Erase Pedestrian Bump-Outs (WCPO)
  • After Month of Construction, RTA Red Line Opens Reopens on West Side (Cleveland Patch)
  • Salvation Army in Akron Stops Accepting Kids’ Bike Donations (Akron Beacon Journal)

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