For years, Northeast Ohio transportation planner, NOACA, has acted as a quiet but powerful force expanding the region outward. Recently, though, NOACA has signaled a desire to become more fiscally and environmentally responsible.
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As advocates, it’s important to not lose site of the important moment when, in the case of encouraging more biking, the city and its officials who stake out a leadership position finally start making progress in their investment to dedicated, on-road facilities like bike lanes.
As Greater Cleveland’s transportation planning agency develops a new strategic plan, citizens have an opportunity to advocate for a more balanced transportation system that will meet emerging needs, not repeat the mistakes of the past.
If you find yourself on Detroit Avenue between W. 25th and W. 78th streets in the next week, you might notice a (hopefully soon-to-be) common site—Cleveland is installing bike lanes along the entire 1.6 mile stretch.
Facebook tempted me with its, What city should you live in? quiz. It put me in Paris. Zutalors! But then, I suspect that a lot of us wish Cleveland was a little more like the City of Light. What is getting lost in translation?
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- Hear Chicago urban sustainability visionary Scott Bernstein at NOACA's annual meeting on Sept. 12: http://t.co/1kgsJ9MtDV
about 13 hours ago via Twitter
- Really enjoyed Justin Glanville's account of the Crooked River Commute on the Cuyahoga River from Kent to Cleveland: http://t.co/CG5fOb9yJt
7 days ago via Twitter
- Help local fracking activists share lessons with folks in Argentina on @indiegogo http://t.co/Qi4zcvcq0D. We're all connected.
9 days ago via Twitter
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