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The Road Is Done But Can It Transform The City: The Euclid Corridor Promise

Posted Thursday, October 23, 2008

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The Road Is Done But Can It Transform The City: The Euclid Corridor Promise Two hundred million dollars will buy a gleaming new bus line and seven miles of rebuilt road and brand new sewer lines underneath, but can it drive the economic development Cleveland needs? The Euclid Corridor is about to officially re-connect University Circle to Public Square. The project has brought us new sidewalks, new public art--new jobs along the way--but the street still has a whole lot of empty storefronts. On our program, we'll talk about the new road and bus line and the prospects of a coming transformation. We'll be live on the Corridor at East 14th, right in front of the idea center. Thursday morning at 9, join us there, right here online, or on 90.3.


Economy, Government/Politics, Other, Transportation


Joe Calabrese, General Manager, Greater Cleveland RTA
Christopher Diehl, Executive Director, Kent State Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative
David Goldberg, chairman, AmTrust Bank
Steven Litt, art and architecture critic, The Plain Dealer

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