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CNU’s 2018 Transportation Summit: A New Traffic Model for Brent Spence Project

Following up with a second article on the CNU Transportation Summit, guest contributor Chris Meyers articulates the flaws of traffic demand calculations.

Is the Great Lakes region ready to start acting like a megaregion?

Is the Great Lakes region ready to start acting like a megaregion?. Only a small piece of land between Cincinnati and Dayton remains undeveloped, and...

Should SORTA redraw its entire system? And if so, how?

Should SORTA redraw its entire system? And if so, how?. On the latest episode of The UrbanCincy Podcast we discussed some ideas that Cincinnati would...

The world’s best cities have lots of traffic congestion, and that’s a good thing

The world's best cities have lots of traffic congestion, and that's a good thing. When discussing transportation, the difference between traffic and congestion is often...

REPORT: Cincinnati Region Failing at Developing Walkable Urban Places

A recently published report ranks Cincinnati poorly when it comes to developing walkable urban places, and says the future doesn't look good for the region based on changing economic preferences.