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Cleveland’s First Buffered Bike Lane: E. 72nd Street

Cleveland’s First Buffered Bike Lane: E. 72nd Street

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30
MAY
2014

Cleveland’s First Buffered Bike Lane: E. 72nd Street

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The City of Cleveland is putting the finishing touches on the city’s first ever buffered bike lane! Located on E. 72nd Street between St. Clair Avenue and the Lake Erie shore (see mape below), the buffered bike lane connects the St. Clair Superior Neighborhood safely to...
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29
MAY
2014

Take Action: Ohio House Voting on 3FT Passing Law

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UPDATE June 5th The Ohio House of representatives has gone on summer recess without passing HB145. The bill will see some action in the fall (probably after the election in November). Don’e let this time go to waste, keep contacting your state representatives over the...
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28
MAY
2014

Bicyclist Fatality in Garfield Heights

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Bike Cleveland is saddened to hear the news that a fellow cyclist, and mother of 5, was struck by a motor vehicle and killed on Tuesday, May 8th while riding a bicycle in Garfield Heights. Cleo Turpin was riding her bike on the small residential street of Osborn road when a car...
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27
MAY
2014

Share your Draft: Bike Cleveland’s First Fundraising Benefit

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Join us at Bike Cleveland’s Share Your Draft presented by VeloSano, our first annual benefit supporting our advocacy work for safer streets. The event details are as follows: Location: Dunham Tavern Museum (6709 Euclid Ave.) Date: Friday, June 6th Time: 5pm – 9pm...
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