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Report issued on Ohio passenger rail immediate needs

All Aboard Ohio has issued an important, detailed report (CLICK HERE, 6.3 mb) and four-page summary (CLICK HERE, 1.3 mb) in time for consideration by Ohio’s elected officials as they debate the next two years of transportation spending. UPDATE: All Aboard Ohio gives testimony Feb. 22 to the Ohio House Finance Committee READ: AAO Testimony-Finance […]

A multi-county transit system for NE Ohio?

At long last, the conversation has begun — about creating a multi-county public transit system of nodes and regional connectors for Northeast Ohio. It’s a vision that will include the best attributes of walking, bikes, private transportation network companies, circulator/mainline/rapid buses, modernized and expanded urban rail  lines, regional commuter railroad lines and multimodal stations that conveniently unite […]

Feds lend Ohio hand to get back on the train again

The Republican-controlled U.S. Congress has extended its hand to states and regions to get on board in giving its constituents more and better transportation choices. It did so by offering new financing tools for improved passenger rail and transit services in the new 5-year federal transportation law passed this week. Now Ohio’s state government, metropolitan areas within […]

Vision: restructure, rebuild & expand NEO transit

Part Two of our series on challenges and opportunities of re-envisioning Northeast Ohio transit Northeast Ohioans care about their region and its quality of life. They care about it so much that All Aboard Ohio is willing to bet they’ll come together to take a hard look at everything involving the region’s public transportation offerings. Everything […]