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Six years since the concept was first introduced at City Hall, the City of Cincinnati is planning to move forward with removing on-street parking requirements in the city's urban core. This could be a huge step forward towards reinvigorating parts of downtown.
The 2016 biennial list from Bicycling.com shows Cincinnati ranked 36th out of 50 bike-friendly US cities. This year and since 2014, Cincinnati has seen a dramatic increase in bikeability, due to Red Bike and the Central Parkway bike lane, being hailed the 3rd fastest growing biking community in the US.
City officials recently unveiled plans for a new Western Hills Viaduct to replace the 84-year-old structure. Over 71,000 vehicles cross the bridge every day.
UrbanCincy has partnered with IGers Cincinnati, a group dedicated to highlighting the best Cincy Instagramers to do a photo walk this Saturday, October 22 at noon. The photo walk, called Park + Ride, will highlight the new Cincinnati Bell Connector and the city’s great urban parks along the streetcar route.
Charlie Monte Verde of Amtrak joins us to talk about Cincinnati's sole Amtrak route and what it would take to add more service at Union Terminal.