In 2013, The Ohio Legislature was asked to consider if its $7 million contribution to keep 61 transit systems and 115 million bus and train rides going every year was fair? The House asked ODOT to look at doing more. San Francisco firm Nelson Nygaard was brought in to study how and where the state could close the gap.
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A lot of assumptions are made about why Cleveland doesn’t move like a green city. Why are low-carbon forms of transportation, i.e. a network of bike lanes and a modern, efficient transit system not being built? It’s not as though demand isn’t going up. RTA has charted three straight years of growth in ridership and bike riding is on the...
In the epic struggle between states and metropolitan areas to control the shrinking pie of government funding, much is at stake. Underlying who gets what, transportation figures largely into how regions develop, i.e. do they sprawl or are they more walkable? Ever since Eisenhower presided over the national highway system in the late 1950s, states like Ohio have assumed a central...
At a public meeting on Oct. 21, citizens in Northeast Ohio will have an opportunity to tell the Ohio Department of Transportation that its almost-last-in-the-nation record of funding transit is short-sighted and shameful. Ohioans want better transportation choices.
University Circle is studying how to reduce the impact of cars as it gets more urban in its development. The conclusions from the first phase of a landmark study were discussed this week by the major institutions that have the most at stake. The transportation demand management study conducted by the firm NelsonNygaard is looking at where and how the district’s...
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