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We’re interested in knowing the effectiveness of the recent pilot project on the Cleveland Lakefront Bikeway. Help us improve these efforts to better connect our off-road trails.
Did you know that by 2020 nearly $20 million will be invested into the cycling infrastructure here in Cleveland? That’s incredible news for everyone who loves to enjoy The Land on two wheels.
We want it to be easy for anyone — including cyclists of all abilities — who is using our region’s off-road trail systems to reliably navigate to key destinations, like Downtown Cleveland, Lake Erie, various neighborhoods and other parts of the region.
With that goal in mind, Destination Cleveland and several community partners engaged Guide Studio, Inc. to develop a Trails Wayfinding Master Plan. Additionally, these partners are working with LAND Studio to develop a public art program along the trails, which aim to improve users’ perspectives during their off-road experience.
These efforts will be centered around the Cleveland Lakefront Bikeway, Towpath Trail, Red Line Greenway and Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail.
We know a pilot study is critical to ensuring future success of such an endeavor. So, our partners have banded together to create a two-part pilot project that’s been installed on the Cleveland Lakefront Bikeway between West 25th Street and West Boulevard in May/June 2019.
The next step is to garner feedback from trail users via the survey. Please take a few minutes to help us learn more about the effectiveness of this pilot project.
Please extend a very special thank you to all the community members joining this effort including: Cleveland City Planning, NOACA, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland Metroparks and Bike Cleveland. This work also would not be possible without the support of various trail partners like the Greater Cleveland RTA, Redline Greenway, Canalway Partners, various community development corporations and other regional trail stakeholders.