Author: Chris Stocking

A few more thoughts on the Opportunity Corridor and Cleveland Clinic.

I was pleasantly surprised to see an article from POLITICO about health disparities around the Cleveland Clinic. The article also discussed the $331 million Opportunity Corridor boulevard extension of the I-490 freeway. It was refreshing to see a national outlet discuss the project since the former publisher of the only newspaper in town was coincidentally […]

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Map: Cleveland Parks

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Mayor Jackson: Reopen Public Square Now. #TransitBelongs

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RNC Event Zone May be a Problem for Bus and Train Travelers

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Stop the Opportunity Corridor and Fund RTA Now!

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Alternatives to RTA Fare Increases and Service Cuts. Or what we can do until Ohio has dedicated transit funding.

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Fed Up with corporate influence in food policy and what to do about it

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Cuyahoga county sinners pay so 34 other counties can listen to Indians baseball

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A call for the Opportunity Corridor to be reevaluated with more transparency and honesty

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We Need Complete Streets and Transit, Jobs that Break the Cycle of Poverty, Safe Food and Transparency

1. We need to encourage walking and cycling to help increase physical activity and prevent obesity. To do this, we need to have policies on transportation that encourage walking and cycling for daily travel. Completes Streets are streets that are designed for everyone, including pedestrians, cyclists, motorists and transit users of all ages.  A bill […]

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