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With the closing of Champion Paper Mill on Hamilton's west side, a former freight rail corridor is now no longer needed, and city officials are looking at what it might take to acquire and turn the space into an urban trail.
Uber and Metro inked a first-of-its kind partnership in Ohio yesterday that is aiming to close the gap for area transit riders that rely on a personal automobile to get to and from their transit stop.
If one were to simply look at the Census Bureau's listing of the most populous cities in America, you might be fooled into thinking that Jacksonville is a bigger city than Boston, or that Columbus is three times larger than Cincinnati. It's not true.
Not building protected bike lanes is a transport policy failure. Most cities take a timid approach to building new protected bike lanes. Instead of building...
Cincinnati's center city has been experiencing a bit of a housing boom, but it seems like developers just can't keep up. Here are two big development ideas that would inject a thousand or more units into the marketplace.