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 […]

Bold Steps to Advance Safe, Equitable Transportation in Cleveland

Safe, accessible, and equitable public transit, walking, and cycling infrastructure is a civil right. Transportation policies and budgets have prioritized the mobility and convenience of motor vehicle drivers over the safety of vulnerable road users like pedestrians and cyclists. Recent data derived from Cleveland’s Vision Zero and similar data-driven transportation planning processes underscores the grave […]

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Cranksgiving Gives Back Again!

On Saturday, November 20th, riders from the Cleveland area descended upon Lakewood Truck Park for the 10th annual Cranksgiving – a food drive by bicycle. Cool yet clear weather conditions made for a fantastic turnout, and bikes, trailers, and all manner of carrying methods crowded the courtyard of the venue. After a brief check-in and […]

Rider Alert: Opportunity Corridor

Rider Alert: Opportunity Corridor opens on Saturday, Nov 13th connecting E. 55th St. to E. 105th. One component of the corridor that we advocated for, a protected bike lane – which includes separate space for bicyclists and pedestrians – will be complete and open between E. 105th and E. 64th. However, a short section connecting […]

CLE Candidate Mobility Questionnaire – Responses

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 […]

Random Acts of Brightness

Since 2012, Bike Cleveland and volunteers have been given away hundreds of free bike lights annually through our Random Acts of Brightness program. On October 19th and 23rd we’ll be out again getting cyclists lit! The Random Acts of Brightness pop-ups will be located in Downtown Cleveland at The Bike Rack and Glenville/University Circle on […]

Lake Eerie Challenge

We challenge you to try something new! NOACA’s annual “Lake Eerie” Gohio Commute Challenge will be held October 1-31, 2021. This is a carbon-free challenge – walking, biking, and telework rack up more points, and transit, carpool or vanpool count too! Record up to four (4) destination trips a day and be automatically entered into […]