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  1. COLUMBUS, OHIO. Seriously, though. We have a couple hundred thousand more residents more than Nashville and a third the traffic problems. But, there's a huge difference - we have a fairly flat and logic grid system that expands north to south, I-270 is a full ring with intersections at 71, 70, and 670 running across, and 315 to the west side of town (basically, our 440). We also have smart-lanes on 670 now, which is an E-W stretch about 8 miles long that transepts the city. Public transit, however, is still really, really poor, though.
  2. Meanwhile, In Cincinnati greenway news, have a gander at this video of the Lick Run Greenway that's currently UC. https://youtu.be/WH1RNSndP8E
  3. Correct. Columbus will have effectively a kilometer stretch of hockey, AAA baseball, and MLS.
  4. Meanwhile up here in Columbus...
  5. Good to see they're playing the classics featuring Ryan Suter, Dan Hamhuis, and Greg deVries...???
  6. I can see my old house in that view! 24/Bell Road is going to be the most congested onramp in the city with this much addition, which means HH Parkway can't open up soon enough.
  7. I took some peyote after reading this and decided, no, not really. ahem. f EDIT: it's more like a troll casting a spell.
  8. Denver-based Bob Swerdling has submitted plans to Metro regarding two hotels he has envisioned for 1st Ave and Korean Veterans Blvd. One hotel would rise 36 stories with 491 rooms and potentially 450', while the one just to the south, would rise 14 stories and have 200 rooms. Swerdling and his team, alongside ESa Architects and engineering firm Ragan Smith will go before MDHA tomorrow, August 6th, to seek concept plan approval. As the site sits in MDHA's Rutledge Hill redevelopment district, committee approval is required.
  9. They're also on different ends of the technological spectrum, by and large, and the disciplines they are attracting (without Oracle having even let slip what the office would be for) would be different as well.
  10. Ah yes, the red roofs are fun. As are the cacophony of antennas that adorn them... the view from Vieux, Lyon, FR.
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