On the date (October 21, 2015) that Marty McFly set the Delorean time machine to land in “Back to The Future, Part II” Cleveland considered taking its zoning code back to a place that will support more urban, walkable places. Since the 1920s, zoning has moved cities like Cleveland and the main street depicted in the Hollywood blockbuster light years away...
No one project defines Cleveland’s 80 miles of Bikeways by 2017 Plan: Bike lanes have been popping up all over the city—from E. 22nd to Superior Avenue to E. 72nd Street. But if a candidate has to be found, the Near West Side’s effort to line up a network of bike lanes and paths could be a contender. And while Cleveland...
The Columbus region has a plan to link transportation funding to new environmental goals. It has already started to redraw the map for roads that go outside of the urban area.
University Circle is taking seriously the commitments that the City of Cleveland and the regional transportation agency, NOACA, have made in establishing goals to reduce carbon emissions from buildings and transportation, according to consultants helping them manage growth while introducing alternative transportation services in the quickly developing district.
Publicly traded banking giant, Key, and the namesake of Cleveland’s University Circle, Case Western Reserve University, are adding significant pieces to their sustainability portfolio at a time when “corporate responsibility” has taken on greater visibility, from the classroom to the boardroom.
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