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Cleveland Bike Infrastructure Improvements

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Cleveland’s Newsnet5 is reporting on various cycling improvements to expect this summer, including bike boxes with covered parking, new bike lanes, a second bike to work day, and a large-scale PSA campaign about safe road sharing.

The bike parking facilities are made from old cargo containers and customized by Rustbelt Welding. They can hold up to 23 bikes depending on the design.

“Ride Together” is a Bike Cleveland bike safety public awareness campaign launching in July.
The campaign was developed by Dix & Eaton and will be launched through bus wraps, bumper stickers, posters, billboards, viral video PSAs and radio PSAs. The goal of the campaign is to raise the awareness of bicycling and improve the safety of cyclist.

“As we see more and more people on bikes across Greater Cleveland it is important to keep for cyclists and motorists to cooperate on the roads,” said Jacob VanSickle of Bike Cleveland. “(T)his campaign will educate and encourage motorists and cyclists to ride together. ”

Read the entire article at: www.newsnet5.com

One Comment

  1. JapanTrackJune 23, 2013 at 9:39 am

    A great way of recycling. I would love to see more of them around.

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