Clinic's proposal to block artery doesn't get love

Miller, Jay
August 2006
Crain's Cleveland Business;8/7/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 32, p27
The article focuses on the proposal of the Cleveland Clinic, Ohio to improve its property by closing 20 blocks of the city's most illustrious boulevard to automobile traffic. The plan would close Euclid Avenue to automobile traffic between East 86th and East 105th streets. The plan could improve the Regional Transit Authority's $200 million Silver Line bus rapid transit along the Euclid Corridor.


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