Upcoming Public Meetings for December

Show your support for Livable Complete Streets in Cleveland.

Bike Sharing – Cleveland

Bike Cleveland is advocating for a city-wide bike sharing program. Bike sharing programs provide networks of public bikes that people can rent and use. Cities as diverse as Washington DC, Minneapolis, and Chattanooga have implemented bike sharing programs successfully, getting more people on bikes across the country. Bike sharing programs can: provide greater access to […]

Detroit Avenue Bike Lanes

PROJECT UPDATE NOVEMBER 1st 2013 After much anticipation, many emails and postcards sent to the City of Cleveland, and countless discussions on unexpected delays the paint is finally making it to the pavement for the Detroit Avenue bike lane. Here is the most recent update from the City of Cleveland Commissioner of Streets that was […]

Bike Count Volunteers Needed

Bike Cleveland and NOACA need your help counting people on bikes September 10th-14th. The data you help collect will be used to improve biking conditions in our community. In addition to knowing that you are helping make riding a bike an enjoyable experience for people of all abilities volunteers will receive a gift card to […]

Ontario Street – Position Statement and Presentation

Recently Cuyahoga County repaved Ontario Street and the City of Cleveland requested that Ontario Street be striped with a series of bike treatments ranging from Sharrows from Eagle Ave to Public Square, bus bike lanes through Public Square, and bike lanes north of Public Square to Lakeside. While this treatment honors the Complete Streets law […]

Bike Box Competition

Together with LandStudio and Charter One, we are launching a competition to determine a location for the fifth and final Bike Box to be placed in Cuyahoga County. The Bike Box is a repurposed, locally-sourced, shipping container that provides a safe public parking space for cyclists in heavily trafficked areas. Check out all the competition […]

RTA Driver Training

Lorain Avenue Streetscape

Bike Cleveland is engaged and advocating for a complete street as the City of Cleveland plans the Lorain Avenue Streetscape, a key corridor for cyclists headed east and west. 

Complete Streets

Complete streets serve the needs of all users, not just automobiles. In communities that adopt a Complete Streets policy, transportation planners & engineers design and operate their street networks to be safer and better for everyone who uses them. Drivers, transit users, pedestrians, & bicyclists have safe access to the entire right of way, regardless […]