A photo of a "backwards" buffered bike lane in Cleveland prompts commentary from the planning community. What is gained by separating bike lane and curb?
Nov 16, 2015 People for Bikes
A 1.5-acre park in Cleveland should be ready in time for the 2016 Republican National Convention. The small park is just the first step, however, toward a much grander vision for a corner of Cleveland with deep connections to the city's past.
Nov 4, 2015 Cleveland Plain-Dealer
A ULI-led symposium in Cleveland is looking at how an update of the cit'’s outdated zoning code could revive some neighborhoods in the city.
Oct 30, 2015 Cleveland Plain-Dealer
Under the leadership of Norman Krumholz, the city of Cleveland was positioned as a nationwide leader in equity planning. Krumholz, along with John Forester, eventually wrote the book "Making Equity Planning Work."
Oct 26, 2015 Cleveland Scene
A group of passionate rowers deserve some of the credit in the remarkable comeback story of Cleveland's Cuyahoga River.
Oct 24, 2015 Next City
The city of Cleveland's first protected bike path has planning commission approval. The protected path is a component of the city's ambitious bike infrastructure plans.
Oct 20, 2015 Cleveland Plain Dealer
Call it gentrification or rebirth, but a couple's move into the Hingetown neighborhood has led to a transformation of the formerly "toxic corner" of Cleveland.
Oct 20, 2015 Vanity Fair
After years of operating in Cincinnati, a program that gives residents a stake in the real estate they call home is expanding to Cleveland.
Oct 15, 2015 Next City
An intermodal transit station could be coming to the Cleveland lakefront, in an effort to connect a downtown and a lakefront severed by multiple rail lines.
Oct 6, 2015 Cleveland Plain Dealer
The curious case of Cleveland's new "buffered" bike lanes. The question: Why are the buffers placed between the bike lane and the curb?
Sep 19, 2015 Streetsblog USA