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Lakeshore Boulevard – Temporary Road Re-Design Demonstration Project
“Pop-Up Parkway,” debuted on September 15th, 2018 during the third annual Art Walk as a temporary roadway redesign brought to life through the City of Euclid partnering with the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency’s Street Supplies and the Better Block Foundation.
This one-month demonstration project, which will end in mid-October, is a vision for equitable and safe spaces for pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists between the street curbs by creating a parklet, bike corral, buffered bike lanes, a crosswalk at E.219th Street, medians and more on-street parking. The city has combined engineering studies and previous event set-ups to create a road diet — that could lead to the permanent implementation of aspects of “Pop-Up Parkway” — from E. 217th Street to E. 222nd Street on Lake Shore Boulevard.
The City of Euclid is looking for resident and business feedback so adjustments in the design for potential permanent implementation can be considered. Please contact 216-289-8160 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are links to learn more about the initiative: