Taylor Road Corridor Study

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Taylor Road Corridor Study

About the Study: 

The Taylor Road Corridor Study will help the City of Cleveland Heights and the City of University Heights identify ways to make Taylor Road safer and more desirable for people walking, biking, and taking transit. In addition to an analysis of Taylor Road, two topics will require study in more depth:

  1. The Cedar-Taylor Business district; and
  2. The Hebrew Academy & surrounding neighborhood.

Potential solutions and alternatives will be prioritized based on feasibility and community input. Learn more about the project and schedule here.

Public Meeting #1, held November 15, 2018: The NOACA project team, along with the City of Cleveland Heights, presented an overview of the Taylor Road Corridor Study and facilitated discussion on a variety of topics. The input received will help the project team understand how the public currently uses the corridor along with its key challenges.

Materials from the Meeting:

  • View the meeting presentation
  • View the Existing Condition posters
  • View the Public Comments poster

What's Next?? NOACA staff will further refine existing conditions and conduct a parking study and other field work. A second public meeting will be held in the summer of 2019 to present potential alternatives and gather additional input. The study is expected to be complete shortly thereafter and a final public meeting will be held in the late summer of 2019 to gather feedback on those recommendations. Stay tuned for details!

Stakeholder Committee Members
A neighborhood Stakeholder Committee was formed in order to gather feedback on project goals and objectives, develop, discuss, and evaluate alternatives, and discuss public issues and concerns. The Stakeholder Committee is comprised of key decision-makers for the project, representatives of neighborhood and technical/advocacy groups, and individual residents and business owners.

 NAME ORGANIZATION
Rebecca Fertel Resident
Rabbi Eli Dessler Hebrew Academy
Gary Franke  Heights Bicycle Coalition
Rabbi Yossi Klein   Yeshiva Derech Hatora
Gayle Lewin, P.E.  Transportation Advisory Committee, City of Cleveland Heights
Patti Substelny Resident
Amy Snell  Planner, GCRTA
Jeff Zuckerman Apartment Owner
Baruch Taub Business Owner
Patrick Grogan-Myers  Community Development Coordinator, City of University Heights
Joe Kickel Capital Projects Manager, City of Cleveland Heights
Karen Knittel  City Planner, Cleveland Heights
Richard Wong  Director of Planning and Development, Cleveland Heights
Michelle Bandy-Zalatoris, AICP LEED AP
Author, Cedar Taylor District Streetscape and Neighborhood Identity Improvement Plan
Melissa Thompson, P.E. Transportation Engineer, NOACA
Katie Moss Sieb, AICP Transportation Planner, NOACA


Contact: 
Mike Kubek, Transportation Systems Planning Manager, 216-241-2414 or mkubek@mpo.noaca.org