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About the Study: Franklin Boulevard is an important neighborhood street for the residents, schools, institutions, and businesses that use it every day. The Franklin Boulevard Traffic Calming Study is being led by the City of Cleveland and NOACA, alongside the neighborhoods of Ohio City and Detroit-Shoreway. The study seeks to identify ways to make Franklin Boulevard safer and more desirable for pedestrians and bicyclists.

Past Meeting(s):
  • October 11, 2017: Identify and discuss issues and concerns and provide input on alternatives.
    • View the presentation from the meeting
    • Thank you to those who took our online survey. Your feedback is very important!

  • March 6, 2018: Second public meeting about Franklin Boulevard traffic calming, to present improvement options and alternatives for comment and discussion.

    • View the presentation from the meeting
    • View proposed improvements for Franklin Boulevard (low-res, 8 MB)
    • View proposed improvements for Franklin Boulevard (high-res, 42 MB)
    • View the Summary of Options

Please take a look at the presentation and proposed improvement posters (links above), and let us know if you have any comments/questions/ideas—anything! Thank you for your input!
 
What's Next?? User input is guiding the recommendations of this study. After receiving input from the community and taking into account existing conditions, we’ll refine and prioritize the alternatives and options we’ve presented, and come up with recommendations for potential traffic calming measures. The entire study should be complete in the summer of 2018.

Contact: Mike Kubek, Transportation Systems Planning Manager, 216.241.2414, or mkubek@mpo.noaca.org
Last updated: 3/9/2018 10:59:46 AM