For many Northeast Ohioans, transit exists only at the extremes: either it’s a luxury or a lifeline. For many, their interaction with transit involves driving to a train station in the suburbs, parking their car (for free) and riding a train when they want to go to a ballgame or to save on the cost of a monthly parking pass...
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University Circle leaders are working on a plan that reckons with the perennial complaint about parking—using a method that a Case economics professor would understand.
A lack of control over land use may ultimately affect everything from the cost to the availability of local food in Ohio where 90% of the state’s $40 billion farm revenue comes from exporting food. It could explain why Central Ohio’s transportation and planning agency, MORPC, is addressing land use as a food security issue.
There’s a Cleveland folktale that it’s always sunnier in Akron. We like to believe that the micro-climate along the lake affects everything from cloud cover to lake effect snow to our sub-culture. Is it possible the confluence of lake and river affect as much the geography of space and mindset?
Northeast Ohio’s transportation and water quality agency, NOACA has plans to rank developments for transit access and walkability with the aim of improving links between high frequency transit stops and their community.
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We look inside two local guides to native landscaping and their benefits.