The Ohio & Erie Canalway Association awarded funds to the Broadway Slavic Village Development Corporation as part of its Strategic Grants Program to create “Cycle of Arches”, the public art piece at E.49th and Broadway in Cleveland. The public art, by Johnathan Kurtz, is positioned along the designated Ohio & Erie Canalway America’s Byway and serves as […]
At Canalway Partners, we often get asked if specific Cleveland streets will be getting bike lanes. A great source for answers is the City of Cleveland’s online geographic information system (GIS) for their Bikeway Master Plan. Users can search an interactive map for existing and future bike lanes here-http://www.clevelandgis.org/bikeways/ Additional information can be found on the site for Cleveland […]
Learn more about the Red Line Greenway Trail from this radio interview with Jim McIntyre and Red Line Greenway co-founders Matt Koriath and Lennie Stover The Red Line Greenway would be a connector trail to the Towpath.
From the Akron Beacon Journal– Imagine the beloved Towpath Trail hopped up on steroids. That’s one way to describe a brash, over-the-top vision that trail advocates are pushing in Ohio and four other states to boost economic development. The envisioned interconnected trail system would cover nearly 1,600 miles in Ohio, western Pennsylvania, northern West Virginia, […]
Canalway Partners worked closely with representatives from the City of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County to prepare the County’s recently submitted applications for Clean Ohio Funding. The County has submitted applications for Green Space Conservation and Recreational Trails grants for different aspects of Stage 3 of the Towpath Trail Extension Project. The Clean Ohio Fund “restores, […]
2014 was quite a year for us and the Towpath Trail in Cleveland. Our organization, formerly known as Ohio Canal Corridor, rebranded as Canalway Partners. Our new name better reflects how we work through grassroots partnerships and collaborations between residents, local businesses, government agencies and non-profit organizations. Along with the new name and logo, we launched […]
The Guardians of Transportation (and the Cleveland Metroparks) are overseeing construction of the Lake Link Connector Trail at Scranton Flats.
There was a lot of great coverage of Scranton Flats and Towpath Trail in Cleveland developments in 2014, here are some highlights. Cleveland’s excellent new Scranton/Flats trail, to be dedicated July 7, could encourage completion of the Towpath Trail; Cleveland Plain Dealer 7/7/14 http://www.cleveland.com/architecture/index.ssf/2014/07/clevelands_excellent_new_scran.html Towpath Trail Tales; WCPN Sound of Ideas 7/7/14 http://www.ideastream.org/soi/entry/62934 Designs for […]
Over 150 people came out to Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church on November 6th to meet with representatives from the Towpath Trail Management Committee and give feedback on the future plans for the Towpath Trail in Cleveland. The Towpath Trail Extension Project will connect Downtown Cleveland to the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail, an off-road […]
The Abbey Avenue Overlook offers fantastic views of the working river and the future Stage 4 of the Towpath Trail. Stop by to see ODOT working on the massive George V. Voinovich Bridge Project, and see how they have sculpted the land to accommodate the future Trail. Stage 4 of the Towpath will provide an important […]