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Ohio City Speaks: Transportation Past, Present & Future

June 12 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

Psyched for scooters? Giddy for the (Red Line) Greenway? Sentimental for the streetcars of yore? Or just want to learn more about bicycling in Ohio City and greater Cleveland?

Join us for an informal event discussing Ohio City’s alternative transportation of the past, present, and future. The event will feature brief, interactive talks followed by an open panel discussion.

We’ll learn about how innovative and interesting methods for getting from “here” to “there” impact our community’s rich history, exciting present, and bright future.

Our presenters/topics will include:
Shari Shapiro, Lime: Electric scooters & Cleveland
Jim Sheehan, Ohio City Bicycle Co-op: Cleveland’s growing biking community
Judy MacKeigan, Cleveland Metroparks Historian: Cleveland’s streetcar history
Lennie Stover, Cleveland Rotary: The history of the Red Line Greenway

Important info:
Where? Transformer Station on West 29th Street
When? Wednesday, June 12th. Speakers will begin presenting at 6:30 pm and discussion will follow.
Who? You! This is a FREE event for our Ohio City and Near West Side neighbors interested in all manner of people-moving methods.

Tickets not necessary.

Come meet your neighbors and learn something interesting about our neighborhood!


June 12
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm