Posted August 17, 2017 in Articles
Jeffrey Tumlin is a leading thinker – a mover-and-shaker – on incorporating “transportation demand management” principles into the many ways planners are rethinking the ways we’ve built our cities.
I didn’t attend the Association for Commuter... read more
Posted August 02, 2017 in Articles
About 43,000 Downtown workers will be eligible for bus passes, free to them, starting next summer under a unique program drawing national interest.
“This is a very practical, cost-effective way of dealing with a problem we... read more
Posted May 11, 2017 in Articles
CLEVELAND, Ohio - When it comes to commuting, the car is not the only way to go.
A regional transportation planning organization has launched a new trip planning tool to encourage commuters to rethink the single-occupancy... read more
Posted January 08, 2017 in Articles
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio -- City Council has awarded a $3.99 million contract for the resurfacing of Cedar Road, one quarter of that amount going toward a streetscape project just past the "Top of the Hill."
And... read more
Posted August 12, 2016 in Articles
CLEVELAND, Ohio - For years, it has seemed that slow-moving, long-awaited bike and pedestrian trail projects planned near downtown and Lake Erie have been competing against one another for cash and moving ahead without a... read more