2017 is Cleveland’s Year of Vibrant Green Space! Hooray!
Last year, 2016, was the Year of Sustainable Transportation. Highlights included:
- New bike lanes on West 25th that make no sense whatsoever (okay, that was actually in 2015);
- Starting construction on a $300,000,000.00 highway that goes from the East 55th station on the Red Line to the Cedar Hill (University Circle) station on the Red Line… instead of, you know, potentially upgrading the Red Line at far less cost; and
- Opening the renovated Public Square, bisected by a stretch of Superior Avenue built only for buses… but blockading the bus lanes.
I don’t mean to be critical or anything, but I can’t help imagining how well this year will go. Will they cut down all the trees along MLK? Spray the zoo with Agent Orange? Pave over the Downtown Mall?
The possibilities are limitless!