Recommendations From Franklin Blvd. Traffic Calming Experiment Will Be Presented Next Week

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Traffic Diverter locations down Franklin Boulevard - COURTESY OF NORTHEAST OHIO AREAWIDE COORDINATING AGENCY
  • Courtesy of Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency
  • Traffic Diverter locations down Franklin Boulevard

NOACA will present its final recommendations for traffic calming on Franklin Blvd. at a public meeting next Tuesday, Nov. 13, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Bethany Presbyterian Church (6415 West Clinton Ave.)

This follows the traffic calming experiment conducted earlier this summer in late July and early August that inspired oh so many mature and rational conversations on various neighborhood Facebook watch pages.



The diverter tactic deployed, NOACA noted, is just one of the options to increase safety for pedestrians and bicyclists on the street.

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