Rider Update: Intersection Repaving

Starting on or shortly after July 9th, repaving work will begin at the east end intersection of the Detroit-Superior bridge. The Two Stage Bicycle Turn Boxes will disappear for a while during construction, and will be replaced with temporary ones as soon as possible. Working toward a finished project this large will take several weeks, […]

Big Changes on the Bridge

The eastbound bike lane on Detroit-Superior bridge has gone through another stage of work, and is now complete all the way to the end. Permanent vertical posts will soon replace the orange barrels in place now. The bike signals are operational, and the Two Stage Bike Turning Boxes are framed in. (They will be painted […]

Public Square: Temporary Condition?

Wednesday afternoon, an article was published on in reference to a new plan for Cleveland’s iconic Public Square – an article discussing a plan where the temporary jersey barriers would be replaced by permanent bollards. Good news for sure, except for one big issue. Still no bikes through Public Square in this plan. Now, […]

Rider Alert: Superior Avenue Closure

The eastbound and westbound lanes of West Superior Avenue between W. 6 and W. 9 Streets will be completely closed beginning Thursday, June 14, at 6 p.m. The corridor is due to reopen the morning of Monday, June 18. Detour routes will be clearly posted and Cleveland Police will be providing traffic control in the area. […]

Success Story: Riding to Work

Part of our work is encouraging people to ride more – and for more than just recreation. Getting around by bike in Cleveland is still a work in progress, because the network is still emerging. This often leads folks to believe that they can’t ride to work easily, because they don’t always see the route […]

Rider Alert: Lake to Lakes Trail Detour

Update: Trail repairs should be complete and route open by Thursday morning on June 14th. Heavy spring rains damaged a small portion of the Lake to Lakes Trail that require an on-road detour until work is completed.  While we don’t have a solid timeline for completion, progress does seem to be underway. One-way roads on […]

Help Shape the Future of Bike Cleveland

Since our beginning just 6 short years ago, Bike Cleveland’s base of supporters, volunteers, members, and partners has grown as Cleveland’s cycling realities have improved. During this period, we have made significant progress towards our goals developed during our organization’s original formation. This success and growth provides an opportunity to examine the future of the […]

Key Public Meetings: Extend Protected Lanes on Lorain

Late last year, we were pleased to learn that NOACA had allocated over 6 million dollars for Cleveland’s construction of protected bike lanes on Lorain Avenue – the Lorain Avenue Cycle Track. These protected lanes will run from W20th to W65th > and now there are 2 public meetings where the future paving and restriping […]