Posted on 08/01/19 by Intern Writer in Transit
By Ayame Whitfield
In third grade, my class did a unit on ecology and learned about, among other things, the effects of pollution on the environment. My eight-year-old self was captivated—here was a problem that affected the whole world, one of the first that I’d been made aware of, and even better, there were clearly defined and obvious ways to fix it. If the world, like my bedroom, was messy, then all we had to do was clean it up. I spent the next few months furiously pointing out plastic bags caught in tree branches and soda cans discarded by the... read more
Posted on 06/28/17 by Wendy Patton in Transit
Public transit agencies provide 115 million rides every year for Ohioans who need to get to work, go shopping and see the doctor. The budget the General Assembly is sending to the Governor today proposes... read more
Posted on 12/14/16 by in Transit
[A slew of Ohio organizations jointly sent a statement to Governor Kasich on Wednesday, December 14, requesting that the Governor address Ohio’s staggering underfunding of mass transit. This blog excerpts most of what they requested... read more
Posted on 06/23/15 in Transit
What do millennials want in a city? According to a City Lab report, there are a few key things: Good schools and parks, walkability and multiple transportation options.
With universities like Case Western Reserve and Cleveland... read more
Posted on 04/07/15 by in Transit
A majority of poor people and minorities now live in the suburbs—isolated from jobs, services and the transportation needed to access them—according a recent report from the Brookings Institution.
The report, entitled “The Growing Distance Between... read more