At a public meeting on Oct. 21, citizens in Northeast Ohio will have an opportunity to tell the Ohio Department of Transportation that its almost-last-in-the-nation record of funding transit is short-sighted and shameful. Ohioans want better transportation choices.
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University Circle is studying how to reduce the impact of cars as it gets more urban in its development. The conclusions from the first phase of a landmark study were discussed this week by the major institutions that have the most at stake. The transportation demand management study conducted by the firm NelsonNygaard is looking at where and how the district’s...
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At its annual meeting last week, Northeast Ohio's transportation and environmental agency, NOACA, brought a new emphasis to the area of its mission that would build a "sustainable transportation network.” “Multi-modal assets give people meaningful transportation choices which equals freedom,” said NOACA Executive Director, Grace Gallucci. “A network of infrastructure that gives cyclists more mobility would also bring more safety to pedestrians....
News from the NOACA annual meeting held today. A review on the keynote speaker, CNT Director Scott Bernstein, and a panel discussion about The True Cost of Transportation will follow.
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