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What happened to the Liberty Street road diet?

While the city pushes forward with a Vision Zero program to make city streets safer for pedestrians, cyclists, and transit riders, it appears to have cancelled one major road diet that would achieve precisely those goals.

CNU’s 2018 Transportation Summit: A New Traffic Model for Brent Spence Project

Following up with a second article on the CNU Transportation Summit, guest contributor Chris Meyers articulates the flaws of traffic demand calculations.

CNU’s 2018 Transportation Summit: Lessons for Greater Cincinnati

CNU’s 2018 Transportation Summit was September 16-17 in New Orleans. The purpose of the summit was to bring together people focused on the revitalization...

New Coffee shop Focuses on Community Connections

Urbana Café, at first operating out of a Vespa at Findlay Market, has opened it’s second brick and mortar location in East Walnut Hills this summer. However, this new location has an unexpected twist when you compare it to other coffee shops in the city: it’s decision to remain “unplugged.” Why? I spoke with owner Daniel Noguera to find out.

Foundation Event a Deep Dive into Bath House History

Highlighting the history of one of the neighborhoods more hidden quirks, the Over-the-Rhine Foundation will host an event later this month in a former bath house. The event called, "Taking the Plunge: History of Public Bath Houses" will be held on Thursday, Nov. 1 at 5:30 PM at the location of the former St. Mary's Baptist Church in Pendleton.