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Friday, December 11, 2009
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Hearing to support bike/pedestrian lane on Innerbelt Bridge

Please consider attending and voicing your support for an Innerbelt Bridge with access to cycling, walking, scenic overlooks, a green stormwater management system. Ohio Department of Transportation's current plans do not include this sustainable investment. You can voice your support for bike and pedestrian lane on the bridge at this very important meeting of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) at 10 a.m. when this local board will hear ODOT's final proposal for funding of this project.

If you cannot make the meeting, consider sending an email to NOACA's John Hosek, or calling or writing the Mayor's action line 216/664-2900, and the ODOT project director, Craig Hebebrand, at 216/581-2100 to let ODOT know you support biking and walking the proposed I-90/71 bridge.

This huge taxpayer investment-ODOT's largest ever-will affect the places we live, work and play for the rest of our lives. Any donations to the event organizers will be used to help pay for engineering and professional services to document ODOT miscalculations of the feasibility and cost to safely accommodate pedestrians and cyclists in this project.

For more information, please stay tuned and visit http://www.gcbl.org/innerbelt  

Please consider attending and voicing your support for an Innerbelt Bridge with access to cycling, walking, scenic overlooks, a green stormwater management system. Ohio Department of Transportation's current plans do not include this sustainable investment. You can voice your support for bike and pedestrian lane on the bridge at this very important meeting of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) at 10 a.m. when this local board will hear ODOT's final proposal for funding of this project. If you cannot make the meeting, consider sending an email to NOACA's John Hosek, or calling or writing the Mayor's action line 216/664-2900, and the ODOT project director, Craig Hebebrand, at 216/581-2100 to let ODOT know you support biking and walking the proposed I-90/71 bridge. This huge taxpayer investment-ODOT's largest ever-will affect the places we live, work and play for the rest of our lives. Any donations to the event organizers will be used to help pay for engineering and professional services to document ODOT miscalculations of the feasibility and cost to safely accommodate pedestrians and cyclists in this project. For more information, please stay tuned and visit http://www.gcbl.org/innerbelt  

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