Marc Lefkowitz | 11/14/07 @ 5:06pm
ClevelandBikes, an advocacy group promoting and improving cycling in the area, informs GCBL that it's working with the city of Cleveland to bring a bicycle station - offering bike parking, retail and/or a maintenance shop - to downtown. The group wants to convert the ground floor of a city owned parking lot at E. 4th Street and Prospect Avenue. In the lead-up to securing an agreement with the city, the group is hiring an architect and looking at the costs.
"The plan is that ClevelandBikes operates them - as there may be others - and supports some inter-relationship among them. Nonprofits, profits and governments have operated bike stations around the country," says ClevelandBikes chairman Kevin Cronin. Read more.