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Hamilton Road & Livingston Avenue Tops List of High Crash Intersections

Walker Evans Walker Evans Hamilton Road & Livingston Avenue Tops List of High Crash Intersections

The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission released their annual report for high-crash intersections yesterday, and there’s a new number one on the list. The intersection of Hamilton Road and Livingston Avenue on the city’s east side has dethroned the intersection of Cleveland Avenue and Morse Road as the city’s most crash-prone. The report takes a look […]

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COTA and car2go Announce Park & Ride Partnership

Walker Evans Walker Evans COTA and car2go Announce Park & Ride Partnership

Earlier this month, car2go announced that it would be shrinking its local car sharing service area, removing outlying areas that saw lesser usage in order to serve the higher volume areas of the city. The changes, which took effect today, removed portions of northern Clintonville, Linden, West Franklinton, the eastern side of Olde Towne East and […]

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Car2Go Announces New, Smaller Service Area

Brent Warren Brent Warren Car2Go Announces New, Smaller Service Area

After multiple expansions of its “home area” – to the OSU campus and to neighborhoods like Grandview and Bexley – car2go Columbus announced today that they will be reducing their service area for the first time. The changes will take place on August 26th. That means that residents of northern Clintonville, Linden, West Franklinton, and […]

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Clintonville Greenways Idea Moving Forward

Brent Warren Brent Warren Clintonville Greenways Idea Moving Forward

A proposal to build a network of bicycle and pedestrian-friendly streets in Clintonville has received an initial round of funding from the City of Columbus. Although details have yet to be worked out, the streets that will be targeted have been agreed upon and the overall concept has been endorsed by both the city and […]

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Bike Lanes Update: Long and Spring, Fourth and Summit, and New Lanes on Near East Side

Brent Warren Brent Warren Bike Lanes Update: Long and Spring, Fourth and Summit, and New Lanes on Near East Side

This fall should see the completion of a trio of bike infrastructure projects - new lanes are planned for the Near East Side; enhancements are on tap for the bike lanes installed last year on Long and Spring streets downtown; and work will be beginning soon on the much-anticipated Fourth and Third/Summit street bike lanes, which will […]

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Underground Light Rail Idea Presented as Connect Columbus Initiative Continues

Brent Warren Brent Warren Underground Light Rail Idea Presented as Connect Columbus Initiative Continues

The city’s Connect Columbus initiative continues this week with a third round of workshops designed to generate discussion about driving, walking, biking and riding in Columbus. As they’ve done in the first two week-long sessions, the city and its team of consultants will provide maps, case studies from other cities, and lots of data about […]

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11 New CoGo Stations Coming in July

Walker Evans Walker Evans 11 New CoGo Stations Coming in July

The CoGo Bike Share system is expanding. A total of 11 new stations are expected to be added this year, bringing the grand total up to 41, which is more than what was previously reported back in March. “We were able to squeeze in three more stations to the order, which we’re really happy about,” […]

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