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Thursday, March 25, 2010
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Bike and pedestrian connectivity through Gateway neighborhood public meeting

A Transportation for Livable Communities Initiative (TLCI) Grant has been granted to Downtown Cleveland Alliance by NOACA to study and plan for infrastructure investments within the Gateway neighborhood, with particular emphasis on bicycle and pedestrian connectivity from Cleveland State University, through the PlayhouseSquare and Historic Gateway neighborhoods, and ultimately to the commuter bike station the City plans to build in the North Gateway garage.

DCA has hired City Architecture as the urban design consultant for the project. Their study will investigate ways to rethink right-of-ways to promote multi-modal transportation choices, enhancing sidewalks, designating bike routes, identifying major connections and prioritizing streets / blocks on which these improvements may occur.

DCA will host its first public forum on this process. We will be discussing current development trends, the existing characteristics of the streets within the study area and preliminary thoughts related to infrastructure improvements that will promote a multi-modal, safe, well-connected system of public spaces. As dedicated neighborhood stakeholders, your input is vital to this process.

A Transportation for Livable Communities Initiative (TLCI) Grant has been granted to Downtown Cleveland Alliance by NOACA to study and plan for infrastructure investments within the Gateway neighborhood, with particular emphasis on bicycle and pedestrian connectivity from Cleveland State University, through the PlayhouseSquare and Historic Gateway neighborhoods, and ultimately to the commuter bike station the City plans to build in the North Gateway garage. DCA has hired City Architecture as the urban design consultant for the project. Their study will investigate ways to rethink right-of-ways to promote multi-modal transportation choices, enhancing sidewalks, designating bike routes, identifying major connections and prioritizing streets / blocks on which these improvements may occur. DCA will host its first public forum on this process. We will be discussing current development trends, the existing characteristics of the streets within the study area and preliminary thoughts related to infrastructure improvements that will promote a multi-modal, safe, well-connected system of public spaces. As dedicated neighborhood stakeholders, your input is vital to this process.

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