25 Connects Virtual Kick-Off Event

Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) recently launched 25Connects, a community planning process for the West 25th Street corridor. 25Connects will provide the design recommendations and tools to guide a future West 25th Street corridor focused on walkable, transit-supportive, mixed-use community development in support of RTA’s MetroHealth Line bus rapid transit (BRT) line. BRT refers to […]

PUBLIC COMMENT: Access Ohio 2045 Transportation Plan

Ohio’s long-range transportation plan, called Access Ohio 2045, is available for public review and comment. You can download the draft plan and share your thoughts via survey here —> Access Ohio 2045 will guide Ohio’s transportation policies and investment strategies for the next 20 years, including investments in biking, walking and transit. Some of […]

Third Federal: Cleveland’s Latest Bicycle Friendly Business

Today, the League of American Bicyclists recognized Third Federal with a Bronze Bicycle Friendly Business (BFB) award, earning them a place alongside bike-forward businesses across the country in a commitment to building a more Bicycle Friendly America. They join a growing list of businesses in Northeast Ohio and statewide that are making our corner of the […]

Bikeshare returns to Cleveland!

After a long absence, the return of bikeshare is underway in Cleveland. The red UHBikes bicycles and racks were removed late last year, and an updated system of black & blue bikes called HOPR will be taking their place. A limited distribution of the bikes is underway now, with a full implementation of up to […]

Ride to Provide w/ Bike Cleveland and the Hunger Network

The cycling community is an unbelievably caring group, which becomes apparent each year when we cycle and food-raise for local hunger centers as part of Cranksgiving. For example, last year we raised over $3,000 in food and personal hygiene items for Parma Hunger Center. Now – more than ever –  our local hunger centers need […]

ACTION ALERT: W. 65th Virtual Meeting

The City of Cleveland is seeking feedback about the design of W. 65th St from Denison Ave to Herman now through June 21st. See the bottom of this post for how to submit feedback. The proposed W. 65th St. plan includes: Bike lanes from Denison to West Clinton, sometimes with a painted buffer creating space […]

Mode Shift: Virtual Happy Hour

Join Bike Cleveland for a Virtual Happy Hour! We will host a casual discussion of the latest news in biking in our region. Learn about our current advocacy campaigns, virtual education programs, and how you can help make our streets safe. We’ll also be celebrating the launch of Mode Shift, our hazy pale ale collaboration […]

Safe Streets for All

Bike Cleveland is creating a region that is sustainable, connected, healthy, and vibrant by promoting bicycling and advocating for safe and equitable transportation for all. That is our mission; but at its core, our mission is safe streets for all. “Safe streets for all” means more than building a connected bike network and safe pedestrian […]