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By air, land and sea, Cincinnatians are connected to the world through CVG International airport, and new daily flights from Lunken Airport on the east side. METRO and TANK provide the wheeled service that connects the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region together, but it's a long anticipated ground-breaking for a streetcar route that will bridge the Banks development, downtown, Over-the-Rhine, and Uptown that has Cincinnatians really talking public transport. Non-motorized transportation is making waves too, with a bicycle master plan that includes sharrows and cycling racks in neighborhoods.

Transportation Features

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Mayor Cranley: A Soapdish progress report

Soapdish columnist Casey Coston turns a critical eye on Cincinnnati Mayor John Cranley's first 100 days in office and urges the new administration to do better when it comes to the streetcar, parking and downtown development.

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Soapdish: Haile Mary Miracle?

Resident streetcar expert Casey Coston helps make sense of the recent streetcar saga and issues a mandate for learning from past mistakes to protect Cincinnati's future.

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Cincinnati to host forum on the future of urban life

Future Cities; Livable Futures is a free symposium taking place at the Contemporary Arts Center in November. The event will bring world-renowned visionaries to Cincinnati to provoke critical thinking about the future of urban development within an accessible, public forum.

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Demand Better: Building healthy, vibrant neighborhoods

As we continue to reprise our four-part Demand Better series, we take a look at innovations and ideas that empower and support neighbors here and around the country—and offer some key demands for Cincinnati's future as election day approaches.

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Metro blazes new trails with green efforts

Metro has been "going green" for more than 25 years, but partnerships with progressive organizations have helped it broaden sustainability efforts.
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Transportation Videos

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500 Balloons, 1,000 People

Cincinnati streetcar project supporters lined the route from Music Hall to Findlay Market at a rally in Over-the-Rhine December 1.

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Bikes in the City

May is Bike Month, so what better way to celebrate than to share stories about local cyclists and why traveling on two wheels is their preferred method of travel? Video by Caroline Bozzi, Elese Daniel, Hunter Moore and Madison Schmidt of the University of Cincinnati.

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The Bright Ride

If you didn't catch this on downtown streets last month, here's your chance to revive some holiday cheer. Cincinnati cyclists don their sparkliest sparkles for a ride to remember. Video courtesy ArtsWave.

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ARTeries

Imagine a series of public art 'links' that run the length of 12th Street in Over-the-Rhine's arts district. That's just what ARTeries proposes to do by using public art to link the new Washington Park, arts venues, and cultural clusters on Vine and Main Streets.

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Take A Ride

Soapbox and photojournalist Jeremy Mosher take you along for a ride on Portland, Oregon's Streetcar, introducing the people who use the city's popular public transit system and allowing viewers to experience first-hand the role it has played in the city's re-imagining of its urban core.
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