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Help calm traffic on Cedar-Fairmount

Marc Lefkowitz  |  05/30/08 @ 11:18am

Over the next few months, the City of Cleveland Heights is conducting a comprehensive study of the Cedar-Fairmount District in order to enhance the mixed-use nature of the area. By analyzing existing traffic patterns and current street and sidewalk conditions, the study will focus on managing and calming vehicular traffic, maximizing parking opportunities and creating a compelling streetscape that fosters activity and vitality for pedestrians and business owners in the district.

Cycling advocates in the Heights are also looking for support to make Cedar-Fairmount more bike friendly. If you are a cyclist and want to improve the ride conditions through Cedar-Fairmount, express yourself in a survey here and at a public meeting on June 5.

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