Important REDLINE Greenway meeting Wednesday, May 27 at 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Submitted by lmcshane on Mon, 05/04/2015 - 09:18.
05/27/2015 - 01:00
05/27/2015 - 01:59
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RTA provides direct service to Saint Ignatius High School on bus routes 22 and 79. The nearby West 25th Street Corridor is also served by a Red Line Rapid Station, and bus routes 20, 35, 51 and 81. For details, visit www.rideRTA.com. Free parking is also available at the Breen Center lot.



The Red Line Greenway is a proposed all-purpose trail along the RTA Red Line between W. 53rd St. and the Cuyahoga River. This meeting is hosted by RTA, Rotary Club of Cleveland, LAND studio, and Cleveland Metroparks.



For more information, visit clevelandmetroparks.com or call 216-635-3200. SEE facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1164397473586304/



Very special thanks to Saint Ignatius High School for the use of The Breen Center for the Performing Arts.

Wednesday, May 27

at 6:30pm - 8:00pm
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Reminder: Pearl meeting Tomorrow - Redline next week

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Pearl Rd. planning needs to be coordinated with Denison Bike Lanes and the Redline Greenway - please be at these meetings!

Please join us for a presentation by the City of Cleveland on the upcoming Pearl Road Rehabilitation Project from I-71 to Brookpark Rd on Wed 5/20 6:30 p.m. at Mary Queen of Peace (Formerly Our Lady of Good Counsel). Find out how this important project will affect our community and have the opportunity to ask questions about the project. This project includes resurfacing, curb replacement, and other improvements as well as a streetscape changes and updates from Wildlife Way to State Rd.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1572931099637940/

 

 
Mary Queen of Peace at 4223 Pearl Rd

Very ANGRY Old Brooklyn Turnout

Residents at last night's community meeting in Old Brooklyn (150 signed in- more were in the room) - were fighting mad because the City of Cleveland has decided to IGNORE the many previous community planning efforts, including a Transportation for Liveable Communities plan, that all encouraged NARROWING - not widening Pearl Rd.

I will post some of the slides - though the community development corporation http://www.oldbrooklyn.com has promised to upload the powerpoint soon.  On a personal note, I asked where the streetscape designs were for the Brooklyn Centre component of the plan - the CRITICAL Metrohealth MILE between the main campus north and Deaconess campus south - CRICKETS - the poor dude Martin Reese, who the City of Cleveland put out to front the program - HAD NO IDEA what I was talking about....

And, this is why we fail....

 

SIGN the Petition to narrow Pearl Rd : http://www.bikecleveland.org/bike-cle/news/pearl-road-past-or-future-two-possibilities/2015/05/