Year Of Sustainable Transportation
Every year leading up to 2019, Cleveland will focus on one of the key areas fundamental to a sustainable city. The Sustainable Cleveland Celebration Years are designed to be accessible to all members of the community — households, neighborhoods, businesses, and institutions can all participate, either in collaboration or independently.
In 2016, we are celebrating the Year of Sustainable Transportation by supporting healthier forms of moving around. There are many actions Clevelanders can take at home, at work and in the community to help grow sustainable transportation. Actions include biking, walking, taking transit, carpooling, car sharing and much more! Not only do these actions reduce roadway congestion and carbon emissions, they also provide health benefits and improved air quality.
Get involved in the Year of Sustainable Transportation at home, at work and in your community!
Snap. Share. Win! Bike to work? Carpool with the team to practice? Ride the RTA to concerts or sporting events? Whatever moves you, Sustainable Cleveland wants to see. The #imoveCLE Selfie Contest saw more than 200 participants, with winners being recognized at the 8th Annual Sustainable Cleveland Summit. Check out the contest rules and the prizes.
Commuter Choice Challenge: More than 30 employers joined the Commuter Choice Challenge to demonstrate leadership and action in sustainable transportation for their employees/visitors.
CiCLEvia: Come on out for open streets events this summer, where streets are closed to cars and open to people-powered movement -- running, biking, yoga, hopscotch, and much more. More details here.
Bike Share is here! A wide variety of organizations have collaborated to bring the UHBikes bike share system to Downtown and University Circle in 2016. Join us for the launch event on September 21st at 1pm in Public Square, immediately before the Sustainable Cleveland Summit kicks off.
Bikeway Implementation Plan: We are halfway to our goal of 70 miles of additional bike lanes and trails, as laid out in the Bikeway Implementation Plan