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East 105th Street cross section (Looking North)
 
The Opportunity Corridor is a planned boulevard that will run from East 55th Street at Interstate 490 to East 105th Street in University Circle. The project is being managed by the Ohio Department of Transportation, the City of Cleveland, Greater Cleveland Partnership, and the Opportunity Corridor Partnership Office.  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. The Opportunity Corridor encompasses nearly 1,000 acres on Cleveland’s southeast side and is anchored by University Circle and the Cleveland Clinic.
 
 

 Opportunity Corridor Diversity Update

 

The Ohio Department of Transportation and our partners are committed to local participation and improving inclusion on this project. Meeting or exceeding set project goals for small and disadvantaged business participation in contracting and providing local residents with jobs and training opportunities are important factors for the success of this project and the community. Check out the latest Diversity Update for Opportunity Corridor Sections 1 and 2 here.

 

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 More Than a Road. A Possibility.

 
 

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Cleveland Opportunity Corridor

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