Cincinnati has approved modifications to its zoning code that eliminate most parking requirements throughout its center city, and lays the groundwork for tossing out parking requirements in other neighborhoods throughout the city.
The region's two largest intercity bus operators - Megabus and Greyhound - appear open to the idea of relocation their operations into the Riverfront Transit Center. Such a move would turn the facility into an intercity bus terminal, but what needs to happen to make it a reality?
According to a 15-year status report released by the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), both bicycling and walking trips have increased 25 percent since 2001 across America. Walking trips have more than doubled from 18 billion in 1990 to 42.5 billion in 2009, and bicycling trips have increased from 1.7 billion to 4 billion during the same time period.
UrbanCincy has paid special attention to covering our region's transportation news for the past eight years, and now we are excited to announce that we are helping share that information further throughout Ohio.
UrbanCincy traveled to Bogota last month to study one of the world's most famous bus rapid transit systems. Find out what Randy A. Simes discovered, and how Cincinnati might learn from Colombia's capital city as it pursues its own bus rapid transit routes.