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Cleveland Opportunity Corridor is a transportation and economic development project aimed at connecting I-490 to the University Circle neighborhood.  The Opportunity Corridor encompasses nearly 1,000 acres on Cleveland’s southeast side and is anchored by University Circle and the Cleveland Clinic. The area between I-490 and University Circle has become known as the “Forgotten Triangle” due to the lack of economic activity.  Outside of the transportation benefits it could bring to the Cleveland area, this effort opens the potential for new economic development, new jobs and a new identity for the community. 

 Preferred Alternative Aerial Images

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 E. 55th Street Traffic Simulation


 Information for Property Owners


 Fall 2012 Project Updates


 Recommended Alternatives July 2011


 *NEW*Draft Environmental Impact Statement

Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS)
Appendix A
Appendix B - Previous Reports

 Opportunity Corridor Fact Sheet


 Frequently Asked Questions


 Conceptual Alternatives Study


Cleveland Opportunity Corridor

Questions? | E-mail: D12.PublicInformation@dot.state.oh.us | Phone: 216.584.2007