New Bike Lanes, Improvements on Scranton Road

On Monday, May 9th the City of Cleveland began resurfacing operations on Carter Road. The work is part of a larger project which includes resurfacing of sections of Willey Ave. and Train Avenue, and improvements to Scranton Road from Fairfield to Carter Road.

The project work scope includes:

  • New striping and signs, including exclusive bike lanes and parking lanes on Scranton Road
  • New drainage facilities for both Scranton Road and Carter Road
  • New Concrete Pavement, concrete drive aprons, curbs and walks for Scranton Road (Fairfield to Carter) and Carter Road (Columbus to Scranton)
  • Resurfacing of Columbus/Carter intersection
  • Installation of ADA compliant curb ramps at all intersections
  • Miscellaneous water work including hydrant relocation
  • Relocation of utility poles

Scranton/Carter Road Reconstruction Project, Straight from City Hall

This stretch of Scranton is next to Scranton Flats and Stage 4 of the Towpath Trail Extension, which will run from Literary Ave. to the future Canal Basin Park in Downtown Cleveland’s Flats.

Scranton Flats

Stage 4 of the Towpath Trail Extension