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Push for Daily Amtrak Service on Cincinnati Route Intensifies

The Chief Scout Executive of the Boy Scouts of America has called on Amtrak CEO Wick Moorman to upgrade Amtrak’s Cardinal from its current tri-weekly service to a daily train, at least temporarily for the Boy Scouts of America’s National Jamboree in July.

Hamilton Looking At Possibility of Developing Urban Trail on City’s West Side

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.

Covington Embraces Idea of Transforming On-Street Parking Into Public Spaces

Over the last several months designers have been putting together ideas to transform on-street parking into public gathering places in Covington. Five winning projects have been selected and will soon be installed.

Building Code Changes May Allow Higher-Density Midrise Construction

Recently enacted changes to the International Building Code may soon set the stage for higher density midrise buildings made more affordable by the use of wood-frame construction.

Will Expanded Clout For Port Authority Strengthen Its Economic Development Capabilities?

The expanded boundaries and control of the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority give it more clout, but the organization is still struggling to find dedicated revenue streams to fund its economic development objectives.