If only there were some way of making travel compulsory. Northeast Ohioans especially would benefit from getting out of the “Rust Belt” and seeing what a boom town looks like.
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“The project delivery process in cities is fundamentally broken,” says Tactical Urbanism founder Mike Lydon.
You’ve heard of the 3 “Rs” but how about the 5 “Es”? To whit: Engineering, Education, Encouragement, Enforcement, and Evaluation & Planning. The 5Es was an invention of the League of American Bicyclists, itself a product of the 19th century push for “good” or paved roads.
Enterprise Community Partners is raising the stakes of their Green Communities investment by placing $80,000 in grants in Cleveland neighborhoods that have shown a commitment to sustainability. Enterprise is a national funder of affordable—and in the last decade, ‘green built’—homes, with a local office that has supported development such as pedestrian-friendly Tremont Pointe.
From the 49th floor of Key Tower, pedestrians look like ants and the Appalachians form a rolling backdrop to city, lake and the east suburbs.
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