A never-developed lot in Tremont that was formerly owned by the Cleveland Animal Protective League is slated for residential development. On January 6, developers presented initial plans for the units as well as a public park associated with the project.
Three Cleveland transportation projects favoring bike and foot traffic – the Lorain-Superior Midway, the Memorial Bridges Loop Trail, and the Franklin Blvd. slowdown – each made significant progress in the last month of 2022.
Transportation costs are a barrier for many people who rely on public transit to get to literacy tutoring and job training. Nonprofits like Seeds of Literacy provide limited bus passes to those who need it, but the organizations – and RTA – face funding challenges.
On Wednesday, the city of Cleveland unveiled its first electric vehicle charging station at the Frederick Douglass Recreation Center in the Lee-Harvard neighborhood. The charging station is part of a push to make EV ownership more accessible and affordable to city residents.
After years of advocacy, study, and collaboration, the first phase of traffic calming infrastructure has been completed on Franklin Boulevard in Cleveland, with the second phase expected to conclude in 2023. Seven new traffic circles are part of the redesign.
Sarah O’Keeffe, Cleveland’s new Director of Sustainability and Climate Justice has a long list of environmental priorities to tackle, including removing lead pipes that supply water throughout the city, and transitioning the city government to 100% renewable energy by 2030.
Since their local Dave’s Market closed in April, a free shuttle takes North Collinwood shoppers to its Euclid location. As the property remains vacant, residents of this food desert give feedback on the shuttle service.