Taylor Road Corridor Study

taylor road study


Cleveland Heights, along with the City of University Heights, obtained a Transportation for Livable Communities (TLCI) planning grant from NOACA to identify ways to make Taylor Road safer and more desirable for people biking and walking.

Recommendations from the study include bicycle facilities, road diet, midblock crossing improvements, walkable zoning and streetscape standards. 

Project Materials and Final Report

Project materials, including the final report, are available from NOACA: https://www.noaca.org/community-assistance-center/funding-programs/tlci-planning-assistance/taylor-road-corridor-study 

The City will be working to implement recommendations of the report. If you have questions about the project, please feel free to contact Eric Zamft, Planning Director at ezamft@clevelandheights.gov.