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Adam Whiting

Cleveland School of the Arts Employee, Walk or Bike

I chose my home for its proximity to my work—only a 4-block commute. I usually walk (7 minutes, all weather), but I bike if I have other places to go—grocery store, gigs, dinner, etc.

Grant Goodrich

Case Western Reserve University Employee, RTA Train

RTA is the most convenient way for me to get to work. If I drove with traffic, it would take the same amount of time. It also gives me 24 minutes of walking per day, and I know that walking is important.

Russell Fedewa

Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Bike

Since starting at the Cleveland Clinic over 5 years ago, I have cycled to work all but a handful of days. Cycling to work in the morning helps me wake up and gets the blood moving. I am in a better mood and less stressed by cycling. I find driving a car to be frustrating especially at commuting times.

Marty Cader

Visitor to University Circle, RTA, Bike, Car

I always have a great experience biking to WOW.

William O’Neal

Glenville Resident, RTA

I no longer have my car, which was my main mode of transportation, I decided to take RTA. I’ve started taking the bus, and it has been a great experience.

Hannah Ruddock

CWRU employee, Car, Walk

I always choose to walk around University Circle, Little Italy and the museums. Within the Circle, it’s easier to get around by walking and biking.

Marcella Wylie

University Hospitals Employee, UH Bikes

I ride UH Bikes during my lunch. This allows me to see what’s in the community around University Hospitals.

Pamela Gray

University Hospitals Employee, Drive, UH Bikes

I drive because I have to pay for parking, and I do need my car some days. But I ride UH Bikes on my lunch break. I would ride to work if there were a kiosk close to my house.

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