The Opportunity Corridor was conceived as a relief valve for the Innerbelt. Back in 2004, ODOT sold it as a way to reduce congestion. ODOT even hired the big planning and engineering firm HNTB to build a case for the land surrounding the road.
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Daniel Dominic is hitching his living to Cleveland. Two years ago, he staked a bet on attractions like the casino, the convention center and three hotels coming downtown.
Ohio's fig leaf to transit; petitioners want to stop Opportunity Corridor; look what's popping up in Warehouse District
The Ohio Department of Transportation, in a historic turnabout, said it will study the need for more and better transit. The agency wants to know how the state should invest to improve service for 29 urban and 33 rural transit systems.
What is this wonkish term Transportation Management Association, and why should you care?
For thousands who bike around Cleveland, the city's embrace of Complete and Green Streets (2011) must have felt like a big group hug. Here was a promise to paint in bike lanes or at the very least raise their visibility on the road with painted symbols like sharrows.
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