bicycling en Central Pkwy bike lanes causing parking confusion <p>Drivers who park along Central Parkway in Downtown Cincinnati are having a little trouble figuring out where to leave their cars with the addition of new bicycle lanes.<br /><br />On Monday afternoon, near the intersection of Central Parkway and Ezzard Charles Drive, at least three cars were parked in the actual bicycle lane.<br /><br />City officials said in a press release between 12th Street and Marshall Avenue, the parking lane has shifted away from the curb, and cars will now be parking adjacent to the new bicycle lane.<br /> Mon, 28 Jul 2014 18:39:28 +0000 Jay Hanselman 29756 at Central Pkwy bike lanes causing parking confusion Public meeting on another section of Ohio River Trail <p>Cincinnati officials are holding a public hearing Wednesday evening on a western portion of the <a href="" target="_blank">Ohio River Trail</a>. &nbsp;<br /><br />The city has a feasibility study on the nearly four-mile long component that would run through <strong>Lower Price Hill, Sedamsville, Riverside and Sayler Park.</strong>&nbsp; This portion of the bike, running and walking trail would generally be located from the Evans Recreational Area near the Mill Creek to Gilday Riverside Playfield.<br /> Wed, 23 Jul 2014 08:00:00 +0000 Jay Hanselman 29512 at Evendale adopts Bike/Pedestrian master plan <p>Evendale is the latest community to develop a <a href="" target="_blank">master plan for increasing bicycle and pedestrian transportation</a> in the village. &nbsp;<br /><br />Recreation Director David Nichols said the village council unanimously approved the proposal Tuesday night.&nbsp; He said it will be good for residents.<br /> Wed, 09 Jul 2014 15:17:21 +0000 Jay Hanselman 28983 at Cincinnati gets federal grant for bike trails <p>Cincinnati is getting $1 million from the federal government for bike trails.&nbsp; The funds come from the Transportation Alternatives program from the U.S. Department of Transportation. &nbsp;<br /><br />A city press release said half of the money will be used to expand a West Side bicycle route to make it easier for students to get to school.&nbsp; The rest will be used to repair potholes on the Lunken Trail along Wilmer Avenue.<br /><br />The Westwood Trail will create a “Safe Routes to School” connection with Western Hills High School.<br /> Tue, 17 Jun 2014 19:30:04 +0000 Jay Hanselman 28117 at Cincinnati gets federal grant for bike trails Mann still looking for votes on bike lanes compromise <p>UPDATE:</p> Wed, 23 Apr 2014 20:25:36 +0000 Jay Hanselman 25866 at Mann still looking for votes on bike lanes compromise