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Clifton Boulevard Streetscape Enhancement Project (download 5.3MB)

The goal of the Clifton Boulevard Streetscape Enhancement Project was to develop a consensus for improvements to Clifton Boulevard that enhances the environment of the street for those living on Clifton, for those using the street for walking or bicycling, for those patronizing the retail establishments, and for those traveling through the area between West Shoreway and the western suburbs. 

August, 2006



Transit Waiting Environments Ideabook (download 1.76MB)

This handbook has been prepared to promote the importance of the transit waiting environments (TWE) of Cuyahoga County and to encourage communities to play a more active role in their improvement. Guidelines for the design and installation of TWE amenities are provided, along with a suggested system for deciding how amenities should be distributed amongst different types of stops.

June, 2004



W. 117th St. Corridor Masterplan (download 5.04MB)

The Cities of Cleveland and Lakewood engaged in a coordinated effort to strategically plan for the West 117th Street Corridor from Lake Avenue to the north and I-90 to the south. The immediate goal of the plan was the design and development of the West 117th Street corridor and the establishment of guidelines and incentives to encourage developers to contribute to a sound economic and high-quality urban environment that serves the people of Cleveland, Lakewood, and the greater Cuyahoga region.

October, 2007



The Walkable and Livable Communities Institute, Inc. www.walklive.org

The Walkable and Livable Communities Institute's website provides links to many useful resources and publications. The organization's mission is to make cities and towns throughout the world walkable, bicycle and transit friendly, livable, sustainable, socially engaging and welcoming places by improving their built form.



Walkable Communities, Inc. www.walkable.org/articles.html

Led by Dan Burden, an internationally recognized authority on bicycle and pedestrian development, Walkable Communities helps cities, neighborhoods and school districts create thriving, livable, sustainable places. Their website offers useful articles and reports on issues such as the benefits of urban street trees, designing for active aging populations and creating multi-modal roadways.



David Pauer, MNO / Wellness Manager, Cleveland Clinic

Can Your Neighborhood Help You Lose Weight? (wmv & pdf)

Beyond the Gym: Integrating Physical Activity Into Your Daily Routine (wmv & pdf)



   

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