Cleveland Gambles On $200m Transit Project
"As part of the Euclid Corridor project, more than $80 million in federal transportation money will flow into Cleveland for a five-mile bus route that connects Public Square with University Circle.The route, which blends aspects of bus and rail travel, introduces a new and largely untested mode of transportation. The Euclid Avenue project is one of the first approved by the Federal Transit Administration, although the agency is a staunch supporter of the mode. Bus rapid transit costs about half as much as light rail and is more flexible because it doesn't rely on tracks and can accommodate on-street parking."
Thanks to Scott Muscatello