News

Aug212019
The Comeback: Scooter & e-Bike Share

There has been a lot of news lately about the lacking availability within Cleveland’s current bikeshare system (which is being fixed), and the loss of the main corporate sponsor of this traditional “docked” system. Add this to the abrupt arrival and departure of Bird scooters last fall and we have a pretty bleak status for […]

Aug132019
Action Alert: Miles Avenue

Miles Avenue is on the schedule to be reconstructed and the City has announced an upcoming public meeting. We ask you to join us at this meeting and show support for the planned addition of bike lanes. The streetscape plan has been available since March of 2012, and had broad public support at the time for […]

Aug072019
Input Needed: Two Key Surveys

There are currently 2 key surveys that need public input – and most importantly – input from the cycling community. Please take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with each, and follow through with your answers to each. Both will impact the future of bike infrastructure in our region! Those statistics bring home an important […]

Jul312019
Council Bike Ride: Ward 6

On July 18th, Cleveland City Councilman Blaine Griffin and Bike Cleveland took a tour of the Ward 6 neighborhood on two wheels as part of our ongoing Professional Development rides with city leaders. The ride included neighborhood stakeholders from  Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc., Fairfax Renaissance Development, and Union Miles Development Corporation as well as Cleveland City […]

Jul092019
Rider Update: Detroit-Superior Bridge Construction

  ***Update 7/23: Work has been scheduled to begin (again) on Thursday, July 25th*** Major resurfacing work is set to begin on the Detroit-Superior Bridge on Sunday, July 14th. During the construction period, vehicle travel lanes will be reduced to one in each direction. The work will shift from one side of the bridge to […]

Jun252019
New Bike Lanes, Renewed Bike Lanes

We are pleased to report that there are NEW bike lanes on Madison Avenue from West Boulevard to W117th Street. Fresh, smooth asphalt awaits you as well. This includes the railway bridge underpass – a notoriously hazardous section that used to be a menagerie of repeated patch repairs. Along with these new lanes comes the […]

May282019
Report It!

People on bicycles are often the first ones to notice road problems, as they are greatly affected by road debris, snow, or other hazards. The City of Cleveland has a dedicated and responsive service line you can call – 311 – where you can report these hazards. You can also fill out an online form […]

May272019
How Far is Three Feet?

Now that there is a statewide 3′ Foot Passing Law for drivers passing cyclists, there is a lot of demand in the riding community surrounding an enforceable measure of safety while passing. But how will local police departments be able to enforce such a law?  Enter the C3FT Physics Package. It’s a 3 part system. […]