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Vision Zero Community Event

The City of Cleveland is hosting a virtual community event on April 6th at 5:30pm to share and gather feedback on the Vision Zero Cleveland Action Plan. This is an important event to help shape strategies for eliminating traffic fatalities and serious injuries in the City of Cleveland. You can get more details and register […]

Advocates Show Support for Mobility

Mobility advocates showed up again to Monday’s Cleveland City Council meeting, voicing their support for an updated Complete and Green Streets legislation and addressing other mobility issues in Cleveland.  The city has missed many opportunities to create safe and inclusive streets over the last 10 years since the original Complete & Green Streets ordinance was […]

Vision Zero – Community Open Houses

The Vision Zero Action Planning team is holding a series of community open houses over the next couple weeks. Stop by to review community feedback from public engagement in October, 2021 and share your top priorities to stop deaths and serious injuries from traffic crashes in Cleveland. Click on the open house option of your […]

City Council Hears Mobility Concerns

Mobility issues stood out at Cleveland City Council’s meeting Monday night. Three individuals spoke to different transportation issues facing Clevelanders: Jenna Thomas, Bike Cleveland’s Advocacy and Policy Manager, spoke in support of an updated Complete & Green Streets ordinance that would transform the way that the city designs streets. During her public comment, Jenna stated, […]

ACTION ALERT: NOACA Downtown Transportation and Livability Study

NOACA is leading a study to improve transportation connections for all road users in Downtown Cleveland. The plan envisions that “Downtown Cleveland has an equitable, modern, safe, connected, convenient, accessible, reliable, enjoyable, and multimodal transportation system that supports economic growth, quality of life, health, and environmental sustainability in downtown and the greater Cleveland region.” We […]

World Day of Remembrance 2021

On Sunday, Nov. 21st, we join families of traffic crash victims, street safety advocates, and city leaders from across the world to commemorate World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR) is commemorated on the third Sunday of November each year. It is a global […]

Responses: CLE Council/Mayoral Candidate Questionnaire

Find out where the Mayoral and Council Candidates stand on biking, walking and transit issues Biking and walking are political issues. When you choose to get around by foot or by bike, you are addressing critically important issues: personal health, air quality, oil dependence, economics, infrastructure, and safety. Each election cycle, we want to make sure […]

Public Meeting: Franklin Boulevard

The City of Cleveland is presenting an in-person opportunity for stakeholders and residents to learn more and provide feedback on the most recent proposals to the Franklin Boulevard Rehabilitation project. The complete website, including the recent updates to the plan, can be found at https://westfranklincle.com/contact/. Thursday, July 29; 6:30pm | Waverly School (1805 W. 57th Street, […]

ACTION ALERT: Buckeye Road Rehabilitation

The City of Cleveland is seeking feedback on the upcoming Buckeye Road Rehabilitation. For those that wish to take the deep dive on the entire scope of the project, the complete website and information can be found here. Through our engagement in the project, we are aware of the community desire to retain on-street parking […]

Cleveland Mayoral Candidate Forum

Every Cleveland resident deserves to live in a safe home in a healthy neighborhood. We deserve clean air to breathe, safe water to drink, and high-quality, nearby green space to enjoy. We deserve access to reliable, affordable, and sustainable energy resources to power our homes, water utilities to provide for our families, and safe multi-modal […]

Action Alert: Lorain Avenue

The City of Cleveland is seeking feedback on five options for bicycle facilities on Lorain Avenue. The section under consideration runs from W20th (at the western end of the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge) to W65th Street. After public processes back in 2013-2015, it was determined that a 2-way Cycle Track was the preferred facility along the length […]

ACTION ALERT: Statewide Distracted Driving Ban

HB283, a bill that would prohibit driving while using electronic communications device, was introduced in the Ohio House on May 5th. HB283 would make driving while handling any electronic wireless device a primary offense for adult drivers and will increase fines for drivers who habitually use devices while driving. In cases where a driver using […]