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Cleveland Metroparks receives $950K grant for bicycle, pedestrian trail planning

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Posted at 10:55 AM, Nov 18, 2021
and last updated 2021-11-18 10:55:41-05

CLEVELAND — As part of the Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability & Equity discretionary grant program, the Cleveland Metroparks has been awarded a grant to help bicycle and pedestrian trail planning in Cuyahoga County, Senator Rob Portman announced.

The grant, worth $950,000, will be used to complete construction planning of several trails and connectors including:

  • Slavic Village Downtown Connector Phase 2 North
  • Morgana Run/Booth Avenue Extension
  • Euclid Creek Greenway Phase 2 North
  • Iron Court/Opportunity Corridor Connector (feasibility and preliminary engineering)

Portman said the trail planning that received grant dollars is part of the active transportation plan in Cuyahoga County.
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