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Lorain-Carnegie (Hope Memorial) Bikeway Improvements, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County

ODOT has invested over $4.5 million to make the Lorain-Carnegie (Hope Memorial) Bridge a safer, more family friendly and convenient option for cyclists and pedestrians wishing to travel across the Cuyahoga River valley.  Construction began during the summer of 2012 and the Bikeway opened on December 10, 2012. 

 

 

 Hope Memorial Bridge Preferred Option

 

 

 Recent Bikeway Related News

 
 

 February 9, 2011 Stakeholder Meeting Materials

 
 

 November 18, 2010 Stakeholder Meeting Materials

 
 

 Fact Sheet

 
 

 East & West End Connection Images

 
 

 Questions or Comments?

 

For more information, contact Jocelynn Clemings at 216.584.4030 or Jocelynn.Clemings@dot.state.oh.us.

 

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 About Bike & Pedestrian Planning

 

The Ohio Bicycle and Pedestrian Program supports ODOT in the promotion and facilitation of the increased use of active non-motorized transportation. We also provide support to local governments, governmental and non-governmental organizations and private citizens to encourage, educate, plan, and design pedestrian and bicycle facilities. Since 1992, the Ohio Department of Transportation has invested $98 million to improve and modernize pedestrian and bicycle routes across the state. Today, Ohio has more than 3,000 miles of designated bike paths used by an estimated 4 million bicycle owners.