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2019 Transportation group forms successful coalition, carves path ahead

Marc Lefkowitz  |  01/28/10 @ 10:00pm

The 2019 Sustainable Transportation Action Team held a well-organized meeting on January 27. The group-a cross section of cycling advocates, environmental groups, urban planners and staff from the city of Cleveland, NOACA and ODOT-has decided to focus on advocacy, policy, and improving the performance of current infrastructure.

The 2019 group claimed a victory recently on its work with the Cleveland Planning Commission, which passed a resolution of support for a multi-use path on the Innerbelt Bridge. The group expressed hope that the same collaboration and energy will be gathered around its concurrent efforts: Complete Streets legislation at Cleveland City Hall, improving the performance of the HealthLine, and winning federal support for Cleveland's bike plan. Read more.

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