For those of you who don't already know, over the last 10 to 20 years a large part of one of Cincinnati's most historic...
City and regional leaders should maintain the natural beauty of the Ohio River and turn the Oasis Line into an attractive recreational trail that can connect into existing trail networks to the east, and the Wasson Line should be preserved for light rail use in the future.
Officials throughout the Cincinnati region have longed for a replacement of the infamous Brent Spence Bridge which carries I-75 and I-71 traffic over the Ohio River. Recent deaths and budget fights seem to be raising the political stakes surrounding the project, but what does that mean for Cincinnati?
UrbanCincy was named one of the "top influencers" at this year's APA National Conference held in Atlanta. Jocelyn Gibson, who was one of our two reporters at the conference, takes a look back at her big takeaways.
City and project officials are moving forward with a preferred alternative for the Brent Spence Bridge replacement and rehabilitation project, but new financial hurdles may offer an opportunity to reimagine the project in a more financially beneficial way.