About the Plan: The cities of South Euclid, Lyndhurst, Cleveland Heights and Mayfield Heights are collaborating with NOACA and other regional agencies to study the future of the Mayfield Road corridor. The overall goal for the study is to establish a unified vision to serve as a framework for any future roadway improvements, as well as potential redevelopment along the corridor. NOACA has recently granted additional funding to integrate the City of Cleveland Heights into the study.
Public Workshop #2, June 6, 2018: Discussion of issues and opportunities along the corridor (focus on addition of Cleveland Heights).
The portion of Mayfield Road through Cleveland Heights was added to the study since our first workshop, so the consulting team presented findings for this portion of the corridor. The Cleveland Heights portion of Mayfield Road is similar in context to the rest of the corridor, but the street itself changes many times within the City’s boundary.
The presentation linked below includes the new Cleveland Heights information that was shared with meeting attendees.
Similar to Workshop #1, the primary focus of the workshop included a series of interactive activities for attendees to share their thoughts and ideas and help shape the future of Mayfield Road.
The new Cleveland Heights-specific activity stations used at the workshop can be viewed at the following links:
Public Workshop #1, February 27, 2018: Discussion of issues and opportunities along the corridor.
The consulting team presented findings related to transportation and development as it exists today along the corridor. There’s a lot of activity along Mayfield Road today, and the current conditions create safety concerns for all users (motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists, and bus riders).
The presentation linked below introduced these challenges to initiate an interactive discussion with meeting attendees.
The primary focus of the workshop included a series of interactive activities for attendees to share their thoughts and ideas and help shape the future of Mayfield Road.
A preliminary analysis of traffic volumes on Mayfield Road indicates that there may be opportunities to reconfigure the roadway to better allocate space for buses, bicyclists and pedestrians, while still maintaining traffic flow. A variety of concepts (illustrated below) were presented to show how roadway and right-of-way space could be redesigned in different ways and to prioritize movement of different transportation modes.
Participants were also invited to “build” their own street concepts through a table-top exercise designed to help understand how different elements can fit together, based on their own priorities.
The workshop materials can be viewed at the following links:
Please use the form below to submit your comments about the Mayfield Road Corridor.
Primary Contact: Lauren Cardoni, Urban Planner, MKSK Studios, 614-686-0183
NOACA Contact: Mike Kubek, Transportation Systems Planning Manager, 216-241-2414, ext. 212
Last updated: 9/10/2018 9:48:39 AM