Port Authority

Local News
2:11 pm
Tue November 12, 2013

Cincinnati parking meter lease deal is dead

Port Authority's Laura Brunner, Mayor-elect John Cranley, council members-elect Amy Murray and David Mann
Tana Weingartner WVXU

At the urging of Mayor-elect John Cranley and seven members of the new council, the Port Authority of Greater Cincinnati has agreed to stop the controversial lease of Cincinnati’s parking meters and five city garages.

Cranley and seven members of the council that will take office Dec. 1 wrote a letter to Port Authority president and CEO Laura Brunner Monday night saying it is “not in the community’s interests or the long-term interests of the Port Authority to proceed.”

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Cincinnati Port Authority
4:00 am
Mon November 11, 2013

Port expansion plan on track

This map shows the desired expansion area for the proposed Cincinnati Tri-State Port District. The region would run from river mile 357 to the east to river mile 555.

The Port Authority of Greater Cincinnati is continuing its efforts to expand its statistical boundaries in order to make the region a bigger player in freight commerce.

Brown, Adams, Scioto and Boone counties are already on board with the plan and Hamilton County gave its approval last week.

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Local News
3:39 pm
Tue October 8, 2013

Port Authority releases details of parking lease

The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority has released details of its “substantially completed” agreements with two private companies to operate Cincinnati’s parking meters, five downtown garages, and three surface parking lots.

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Cincinnati Port Authority
1:00 pm
Mon June 10, 2013

Port Authority looking to expand coverage to boost marketing

This map shows the desired expansion area for the proposed Cincinnati Tri-State Port District. The region would run from river mile 357 to the east to river mile 555.

The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority (Port Authority) is looking to give the region a bigger edge when it comes to marketing business along the Ohio River.

Right now the Port covers 26 miles. It's looking to expand those boundaries to 205 miles by enlisting 18 counties from Scioto County, Ohio and Greenup County, Kentucky to the East and Jefferson County, Indiana to the west.

Port CEO Laura Brunner says an expanded Cincinnati Tri-State Port District would benefit everyone.

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Swifton Commons
10:00 am
Thu March 28, 2013

Bond Hill looks forward to Swifton redevelopment

The old Swifton Commons in Bond Hill is being redeveloped.
Ann Thompson WVXU

On Thursday, city crews began clearing parts of a shopping center site that has been a landmark in Bond Hill since the 1950's. Most recently called Jordan Crossing, Swifton Commons was the first mall in Cincinnati and one of the largest shopping centers in Ohio.

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