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John Yung

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John joined UrbanCincy in 2011 and immediately established himself as a key member of the UrbanCincy team. A native of Chicago, transplanted to Lebanon, Ohio in his teenage years, John currently resides in Cincinnati’s historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. John earned a Masters of Community Planning degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2013.

Top bartenders rally at Neon’s Unplugged for leadership cause

On March 31 from 6-9pm, Cincinnati's best bartenders and mixologists will gather at Neon's Unplugged to raise money for Covington's Homeward Bound Runaway Shelter. After that, many of the participating bartenders and mixologists will keep the fundraising going throughout the month at their respective establishments.

Induced Traffic Demand Works Both Ways

There is a popular saying that circulates in urban planning circles: “Widening roads to solve traffic congestion is like loosening your belt to cure obesity.” Planners have shown over the past few decades that adding lanes to roads, while temporarily increasing flow, does little to address congestion because over time traffic demand continues to climb.