Safer Streets Campaigns

Our Safe Streets: Action Alerts are critical for the health and vibrancy our city. We need to ensure that all road users have the ability to travel throughout our city safely; regardless of their preferred mode of transportation. Here is where you learn about how you can take action across the region, from helping advocate for bike lanes to legislative pushes; Bike Cleveland is working hard to improve your ride and keep you safe.

PUBLIC MEETING: E. 131st Street Rehabilitation Project

  UPDATE: This meeting had been postponed, and is now rescheduled for November 6th. Details below. Join Councilmen Joseph Jones, Kevin Bishop, Kenneth Johnson and guests for a public meeting to discuss the rehabilitation of E. 131st Street between Miles and Union. When: Wednesday, November 6th from 5-7pm Where: Mt. Pleasant NOW Community Development Corporation (13815 Kinsman […]

Fulton Rd./W. 28th – Phase 2 Public Meeting

Join City Councilman Kerry McCormack and guests for this public meeting to inform residents about the new design features for Phase 2 of the Fulton Road/West 28th Street Rehabilitation Project. At this meeting, meet the city’s construction team members and view a brief presentation about Phase 2. Attendees can view display boards, ask questions, and […]

The Comeback: Scooter & e-Bike Share

There has been a lot of news lately about the lacking availability within Cleveland’s current bikeshare system (which is being fixed), and the loss of the main corporate sponsor of this traditional “docked” system. Add this to the abrupt arrival and departure of Bird scooters last fall and we have a pretty bleak status for […]

Council Bike Ride: Ward 6

On July 18th, Cleveland City Councilman Blaine Griffin and Bike Cleveland took a tour of the Ward 6 neighborhood on two wheels as part of our ongoing Professional Development rides with city leaders. The ride included neighborhood stakeholders from  Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc., Fairfax Renaissance Development, and Union Miles Development Corporation as well as Cleveland City […]

Call to Action: A Matter of Safety

A recent NewsChannel 5 report brought forward some Scranton Road resident’s safety concerns about the bike lanes that are planned as part of the resurfacing of the road. The reporter stated that this would be a “bike lane on a road that many use to get to downtown Cleveland” and that it is “packed with […]

Action Alert: SB73 Help make crossing a street safe

We have all been in this situation, waiting at the corner for a safe gap in traffic in order to cross the street. Many times, you have to place yourself into harm’s way – into the lane – to get vehicles to stop in order for you to make any progress across the street. What […]

April Action Alerts!

Here are THREE ways to get involved right now in April and make your voice heard! 1. Contact your senators and ask them to co-sponsor S.1098 for better bicycling! The Transportation Alternatives program represents nearly 50% of all the federal funding that goes to bicycling and walking networks and trails, so small changes can have […]

Public Meeting: Fulton Road Phase 2

Construction has begun on Phase 1 of Fulton Road, and we thank the over 200 people who took the time to  sign on to the improvements that we are recommending to the design to create a safer street for all users. The time is also approaching to express your opinions and desires for Phase 2 […]