Politics

Cincinnati’s $109M Capital Acceleration Plan Ignores Adopted Bike Policy

City officials are celebrating the start of the new $109M Capital Acceleration Plan intended to upgrade the city's vehicle fleet and roadways. Such a large investment offers many opportunities, just not for bicyclists.

For Economic Growth, Milwaukee Region Chooses Collaboration Over Competition

Following in Denver's footsteps, the Milwaukee region has come together and formed a partnership aimed at not only improving the region's economic attractiveness, but also eliminating costly intra-regional competition.

As Challenges Persist For Central Parkway Bike Lane, Cyclists Look to Organize

As the number of people bicycling in Cincinnati continues to increase, so has the political rhetoric surrounding investments proposed for bike infrastructure. Local groups are now jockeying to get position on these issues.

ODOT Looking For Public Feedback on Reworked Eastern Corridor Program

After significant public opposition, ODOT is now looking for feedback about how to proceed with a reworked effort for the massive Eastern Corridor program.

Roughly 39% of Hamilton County’s Workforce Commutes From Outside of County

According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Hamilton County has a higher than normal percentage of people commuting in and out of it each day for work.