Like many families, we took a trip over spring break. We made part of our plan to reduce both personal and environmental costs in our choice of transportation modes.
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“Little Miami Trail has 910,000 users in 2015,” Ohio Department of Natural Resources @Ohiodnr Tweeted on February 2. ODNR has reason to tout the trail—they say it’s part of the largest, off-road paved bike network in the country.
Last week, Cuyahoga County signed a contract with bike share operator, CycleHop and supplier, Social Bike (SoBi), to build a full-scale, bike share system in Cleveland by May, 2016. The county secured a $357,000 federal grant and BikeCleveland raised another $80,000 for an initial roll out of 150 bikes and stations. CycleHop won the contract, in part, because it promises to...
Cleveland landed in the national spotlight for its “backwards” bike lanes. When the city painted a striped buffer between the curb and bike lane on West 25th Street and on Lorain Avenue (instead of between the car and bike lanes), it started a brouhaha that is still resonating. For instance, a Nov. 12 blog post from People for Bikes, which is...
It doesn’t take rocket science to figure out why Ohio metros lag behind peer cities in the Midwest building the bike lanes, walkable streets, and new transit service that are the hallmarks of Millennial talent attraction.
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