Every weekday tens of thousands of commuters in downtown Cincinnati struggle with traffic due to outdated signal timing and traffic patterns. So why is City Hall stalling on an opportunity to use funds to study and re-time the traffic signals to match current travel patterns?
Urbanists often deride architects - and so-called "starchitects" - for the ills of our cities' urban form. This, however, shouldn't be the case and urbanists shouldn't view architects as the enemy.
The proposed charter amendment that would provide a dedicated funding source for Cincinnati Parks has become one of the hottest items of debate this campaign season. Be at the debate that will help define the issue.
The Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation has been around for some 40 years, but has taken on new direction over the past several years. As a result, community leaders are announcing a new mission for the organization going forward.
If Cincinnati just holds steady in not investing in transit options, then it can soon boast the title of having the nation's most air pollution. Right now the Queen City comes in at number eight in America.