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‘DevahD Cycling’ forges new connections across Cleveland, two wheels at a time

Cycling, for Diana Hildebrand, isn’t about transportation. It’s about connections. When this southeast Cleveland resident hops on her hot-pink ride, she’s not necessarily looking to get from point A to point B. She’s looking to help others interact more deeply with the city and world around them, and enjoy a few of the many benefits she herself enjoys on a daily basis.

Lime ebikes just rolled into Cleveland

As the saying goes, it’ll be just like riding a bike — only this time, with motorized pedal assist. That’s what Lime, a provider of shared electric vehicles, is hoping Clevelanders will say about its e-bikes, which it brought to Cleveland over the Fourth of July weekend.

Analysis: City of Cleveland is quietly blocking citizen planning efforts for safer, bike-friendly streets

For more than a decade, community developers on Cleveland’s near west side have been working to create a new, improved streetscape on Lorain Avenue between West 25th and West 65th Street. Yet now, it turns out, the long-envisioned Lorain Avenue Cycle Track may not happen at all, or if it does, it could be so watered down as to hardly resemble the original, bold vision.

One year after $8M Fulton Road re-do, car crashes are up 20%

In early 2020, west side residents celebrated the completion of a new, long-awaited, $8 million streetscape on Fulton Road in Cleveland’s Ohio City and Clark-Fulton neighborhoods. Yet now, a year after the orange barrels were hauled away, the number of crashes have increased by 20% and some residents say that the road is less safe.

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