Tag Archives: ODOT

July 2017 e-Edition newsletter

Download the July 2017 issue CLICK HERE to read the following stories: Ohio cuts funding for transit, rail that create, access jobs and development NOACA OK’s a robust transit plan for Greater Cleveland Nashville studies airport lease to expand transit Ohio hosts a trio of “Rally For Trains” events Cincy transit vote delayed until after mayoral vote Illustration […]

December 2016 e-Edition newsletter

Download the December 2016 issue CLICK HERE to read the following stories: Gov. Kasich reportedly has ‘tight’ budget for ODOT in next 2 years How will Trump affect rail & transit? Daily Cardinal service gaining more friends Without investment, Ohio rail jobs departing Amtrak ridership, revenues hit record highs New Viewliner II diners start hitting […]

Dear Gov. Kasich: fund transit now!

All Aboard Ohio Joins Effort to Encourage Governor, Legislative Leaders to Focus on Accessible, Affordable, and Sustainable Public Transit Options December 14, 2016 For Immediate Release CONTACT: Ken Prendergast 844-464-7245 Press Release PDF also available on All Aboard Ohio letterhead HERE Led by All Aboard Ohio, today a diverse group of advocates delivered a message […]

Ohio faces major transit funding crisis!

Two years ago, the Ohio Department of Transportation estimated in an important study that public transportation agencies across the state will need nearly $570 million per year in additional funding to meet identifiable needs. That amount of state support would put Ohio, the nation’s seventh-most populous state, among its peers – the other top-10 states in […]