Bike Cleveland’s push to add protected lanes to Opportunity Corridor gets a (mostly) positive response from steering committee


CLEVELAND, Ohio – The city’s leading bicycle advocate made headway Tuesday in a quest to have a protected bike path added to the design for the $331 million Opportunity Corridor boulevard, scheduled to be built between this winter and 2019.

Jacob VanSickle, executive director of Bike Cleveland, and a leading advocate for changing the design of the boulevard, shared his group’s alternative plan Tuesday at a quarterly meeting of the Opportunity Corridor Steering Committee, the civic, governmental and community body advising the Ohio Department of Transportation on the project. (See VanSickle’s presentation at the bottom of this post.)

Source: The Plain Dealer


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