Transit experts will gather in Columbus on May 10 for a day-long summit to discuss the challenges and political realities of building a 21st century transportation system in Ohio; and the public is encouraged to attend.
Cincinnati lags behind its regional competitors in virtually all measures when it comes to attracting immigrants to the region, even trailing smaller regions and those losing population overall. So, what's the problem?
You can thank Congress for all those tolls that will soon hit the Cincinnati region. This should be a wake-up call for not just the lawmakers who have failed to raise the gas tax since 1993 or peg it to inflation, but also every voter. Locally we hear...
How to repurpose parking garages that are becoming increasingly obsolete. There are far more parking spaces in America than there are cars. The total is so high, in fact, that there are even more than double the number of parking spaces in America than...
Buckingham Cos. hopes to break ground on a 272-unit project in Oakley, adjacent to the $120M Oakley Station development, this May. It's another example of an Indianapolis-based developer entering Cincinnati's hot residential market.
A St. Louis-based pizzeria is opening a new location in the AT580 building. Their decision to come to Cincinnati was based on the "resurgence of Downtown and OTR" and the location of the Cincinnati streetcar route.
Cincinnati will be one of 30 cities worldwide to participate in AngelHack’s spring Hackathon at the University of Cincinnati. Organizers expect more than 6,000 developers to participate in the 24-hour event.