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NOACA Resources
Getting Around the Region

NOACA offers resources to help commuters, employers, and schools better understand and manage their transportation needs. Click to learn more!

Street Design Flexibility Guidelines

This documents helps planners and engineers better understand the current standards that allow for more flexible road roadway design that can create a more sustainable, balanced transportation system.


Trail Crossing Typology

The document, categorizing trail crossings into six different Levels, is built on three primary data points: 1) the amount of traffic on the road being crossed; 2) the speed limit or typical speed of that traffic; and 3) the crossing distance. These three variables provide much of the information needed to determine what type of solution is best for getting trail users safely across a vehicular roadway. 

 congestion Traffic Counts
NOACA's traffic count program counts approximately 1,800 locations that are not being counted by other organizations. This additional data helps planners get a better picture of travel patterns in the region.
Facts & Data on Northeast Ohio

The 2016 NOACA Fact Book is a compilation of statistics and trends related to the transportation, economic, and environmental systems in the five-county NOACA region of Greater Cleveland.

Major Employment Hubs in the Cleveland Region

There are six main hubs of employment in the five-county NOACA region, with the largest being Downtown/Near East Side with approximately 110,000 jobs in 2014. Learn more in this report.


Vibrant NEO 2040 County Reports
In 2010, leaders representing a 12-county region recognized that our communities’ futures are intertwined and concluded that the region could be more successful if we work together to anticipate, prepare for, and build our future. To provide decision-makers at the county level with the details most relevant to them, NOACA reassembled the data to focus on Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain and Medina counties.


Interactive TIP Portal

NOACA’s Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is the short-range implementation tool for the agency’s Long-Range Transportation Plan. This interactive portal contains the projects included in NOACA's TIP. The portal provides searchable access to project details and funding status of transportation projects. Project data is available through mapping and printed reports.

Funding Resource Guide

Use the drop down menus to search for transportation and environmental funding programs. Though NOACA’s funding programs are included, NOACA is not the main contact for most of the programs.  Questions should be directed to the agency who is responsible for managing that program.