City Planning Commissions Study of East 105th and East 93rd Street Corridor

Friday, June 17, 2016

CLEVELAND – The City of Cleveland has commissioned a transportation and land use study of the East 105th and East 93rd street corridor to help identify transportation-related strategies and treatments for residents and businesses in the Glenville, University Circle, Fairfax, Buckeye-Woodhill, Kinsman, and Union-Miles neighborhoods.

  • These strategies will have the potential to:
  • Promote economic development;
  • Re-establish compact urban land use patterns;
  • Improve quality of life;
  • Promote healthy living;
  • Eliminate safety hazards, and
  • Diversify transportation choices

The study has been made possible through a Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Grant.

“This initiative is designed to address health, equity, and sustainability through transportation and land use enhancements,” said Director of City Planning Freddy Collier. “The Jackson Administration is focused on ensuring that equitable reinvestment in the urban core is at the center of our community redevelopment efforts. One of the primary strategies for linking areas of growth to surrounding neighborhoods will be the strategic reinvestment in key commercial corridors.”

An integral part of this study is engaging the public around important issues, and hearing their concerns and ideas about how to revitalize the corridor. The Cleveland Planning Commission will be holding three sets of three meetings during the course of the project in different neighborhoods along the corridor. The first set of meetings is scheduled as follows:

June 21
6:00 pm -8:00 pm
Cleveland Public Library – Union Branch
3463 E. 93rd Street, Cleveland, 44104

June 22
6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Bethany Baptist Church
1211 E. 105th Street, Cleveland, 44108

June 23, 2016
Woodhill Community Center
2491 Baldwin Road, Cleveland, 44104

These community meetings are free and open to public, and all are encouraged to attend. For more information about the project please contact Marka Fields at or 216.664.3465.

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We accomplish this by enhancing physical development, preserving the City’s history, and creating places for people that are healthy, sustainable, and vibrant for current and future generations.

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