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Community Confluence:
Connecting the Cities of Lakewood & Rocky River,
and the Rocky River Reservation
Virtual Community W...
AGENDA
Project Overview01
02 Virtual Workshop Results
03 Wayfinding Survey
Results
04 Network Completion &
Recommendations...
COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE
Virtual Workshop #2
SCHEDULE
Project Overview01
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Summarize
process, data,
input, alternatives,
reco...
COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE
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01 OBJECTIVES
Project Overview
•	 Shorten the perceived
distance across the valle...
COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE
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FIELD AUDIT
Project Overview01
COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE
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01 VIRTUAL COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
Project Overview
Virtual Workshop
June 11 - July 5
Ashland
Holmes
Knox
02 Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results
COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE
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OVERVIEW
Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02
188Total Responses
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SEGMENT 1 - CLIFTON BLVD
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Q. How do you ty...
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SEGMENT 2 - LAKE ROAD
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Q. How do you typic...
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SEGMENT 3 - SLOANE AVE
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Q. How do you typi...
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SEGMENT 4 - W. CLIFTON RD
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Q. How do you t...
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SEGMENT 5 - WOOSTER RD
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Q. How do you typi...
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SEGMENT 6 - DETROIT AVE
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SEGMENT 7 - PARK LOOPTRAIL
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SEGMENT 8 -VALLEY PARKWAY
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SEGMENT 9 - ROCKCLIFF
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SEGMENT 10 - HILLIARD BLVD
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SEGMENT 11 -VALLEY PARKWAY
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SEGMENT 12 - RIVERSIDE DR
Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02
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Ashland
Holmes
Knox
04 Network Completion & Alternatives
COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE
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DESIGN STANDARDS & GUIDES
Active Transportation 10104
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BICYCLIST GROUPS
Active Transportation 10104
Strong & Fearless
Very few
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ALL-PURPOSETRAILS
Active Transportation 10104
Pavement dedicated to non-vehicular...
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CYCLETRACKS
Active Transportation 10104
Combines user experience of a separate pa...
COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE
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BIKE LANES
Active Transportation 10104
Buffered or Separated Bike Lanes Conventio...
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SHARED LANES
Active Transportation 10104
Shared Lanes or “Sharrows”
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04 BASE MAP
Network Completion
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•	 Grade separated
•	 Could be a multi-use pat...
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•	Wooster Rd Connection to Proposed Facilities
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Community Confluence: Virtual Community Workshop #2

  1. 1. Community Confluence: Connecting the Cities of Lakewood & Rocky River, and the Rocky River Reservation Virtual Community Workshop May 26 - June 19, 2020 Community Confluence: Connecting the Cities of Lakewood & Rocky River, and the Rocky River Reservation Virtual Community Workshop #2 - Presentation
  2. 2. AGENDA Project Overview01 02 Virtual Workshop Results 03 Wayfinding Survey Results 04 Network Completion & Recommendations 05 Wayfinding & Signage Analysis 06 Urban Design Interventions 07 Virtual Community Workshop #2
  3. 3. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SCHEDULE Project Overview01 06 Summarize process, data, input, alternatives, recommendations, and next steps. PM1R RECOMMEND FUND! 0504030201 Engage the community with virtual meeting and wayfinding survey Gather all current condition information and kickoff with Project Team Based on assessment and feedback, develop alternatives Present alternatives to Project Team and community Create & present recommendations and implementation plan PM2PM1 VCW1 VCW2 VCW3 ASSESS ENGAGE DEVELOP ENGAGE RECOMMEND & ENGAGE REPORT PM3 PM4 • JUNE • MAY • JULY • AUGUST • MARCH • SEPTEMBER • OCTOBER • NOVEMBER VCW1
  4. 4. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 01 OBJECTIVES Project Overview • Shorten the perceived distance across the valley and between neighborhoods and the valley • Broaden awareness of park resources (visual and cognitive connections) • Reinforce connections between cities and Metroparks • Humanize the pedestrian experience • Serve all populations and modal types • High quality multi-modal connectivity
  5. 5. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 FIELD AUDIT Project Overview01
  6. 6. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 01 VIRTUAL COMMUNITY WORKSHOP Project Overview Virtual Workshop June 11 - July 5
  7. 7. Ashland Holmes Knox 02 Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results
  8. 8. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 OVERVIEW Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02 188Total Responses 2 5 9 10 7 8 6 3 4 12 11 1 2 5 9 10 7 8 6 3 4 12 11 1 Clifton Blvd from W Clifton Rd to Lake Rd (0.8 mi.) Lake Rd from Frazier Dr to Detroit Ave (0.3 mi.) Sloane Ave from W Clifton Blvd to Detroit Ave (0.6 mi) W Clifton Rd from Clifton Blvd to RIver- side Dr (0.7 mi) Wooster Rd from Detroit Ave to Laurel Ave (0.7 mi) Detroit Ave from Clifton Pl to W 192 St (0.7 mi) Park Loop Trail (entire loop - 0.6 mi) Valley Pkwy from Detroit Ave to Lakewood Dog Park (0.9 mi) Rockcliff Entrance (Wooster Rd/Laurel Ave to Rockcliff Dr / beginning of trail) (0.3 mi) Hilliard Blvd from Wooster Rd to RIver- side Dr (0.7 mi) Valley Pkwy from Lakewood Dog Park to Hogsback Ln (2 mi) Riverside Dr from Hogsback Ln to Detroit Ave (1.6 mi)
  9. 9. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 02 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr DetroitRd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION 2 5 9 10 7 6 3 4 12 11 1 8 Responses (per segment) Segment 12 - Riverside Drive Segment 11 - Valley Parkway Segment 6 - Detroit Avenue Segment 3 - Sloane Avenue Segment 1 - Clifton Boulevard Segment 4 - West Clifton Road Segment 8 - Valley Parkway Segment 2 - Lake Road Segment 9 - Rockcliff Entrance Segment 7 - Park Loop Trail Segment 5 - Wooster Road Segment 10 - Hilliard Boulevard SURVEY HEAT MAP Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results
  10. 10. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SEGMENT 1 - CLIFTON BLVD Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02 Q. How do you typically travel on this street? Q. How is your typical experience doing the following? Q. Does any of the following make your experience feel UNSAFE? Q. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how we could improve the pedestrian/ bicyclist experience on this street? 2 0 2 3 6 8 11 7 8 2 11 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Crossing the street Walking next to traffic Bicycling in the street Accessing the park or other destination Walking in a group N/A Difficult / Unpleasant Fine Easy/Comfortable 4 8 10 4 6 2 5 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 The amount of traffic The speed of traffic The width of the sidewalks The amount of time I had to cross the street yes no Wider sidewalks and protected bike lanes Bike lanes on north and south side of street Traffic calming measures ” Biking Walking Driving Running 8 2 2 1
  11. 11. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SEGMENT 2 - LAKE ROAD Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02 Q. How do you typically travel on this street? Q. How is your typical experience doing the following? Q. Does any of the following make your experience feel UNSAFE? 1 2 3 2 1 1 3 3 4 2 1 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 Walking next to traffic Bicycling in the street Accessing the park or other destination Walking in a group N/A Difficult / Unpleasant Fine Easy/Comfortable 1 4 1 4 6 3 6 5 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The amount of traffic The speed of traffic The width of the sidewalks The amount of time I had to cross the street Yes No Biking Walking Running 22 3 Q. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how we could improve the pedestrian/ bicyclist experience on this street? Sharrows and signage There are a lot of blind spots for both cars and bicyclists around the underpass so turning left from the Depot Road in a car is nerve racking. Biking up the hill returning to traffic away from Rocky River Park is always congested ”
  12. 12. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SEGMENT 3 - SLOANE AVE Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02 Q. How do you typically travel on this street? Q. How is your typical experience doing the following? Q. Does any of the following make your experience feel UNSAFE? 3 2 3 7 2 2 1 1 5 4 4 6 44 8 4 7 6 0 2 4 6 8 10 Crossing the street Walking next to traffic Bicycling in the street Accessing the park or other destination Walking in a group N/A Difficult / Unpleasant Fine Easy/Comfortable 1 6 3 5 12 8 11 11 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 The amount of traffic The speed of traffic The width of the sidewalks The amount of time I had to cross the street Yes No Biking Walking Driving Running 4 1 1 10 Q. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how we could improve the pedestrian/ bicyclist experience on this street? Painted bike lane Excessive noise from motorcycles and speeding is a problem The street and intersection could improve with additional streetscape elements such as benches, trees, and public art ”
  13. 13. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SEGMENT 4 - W. CLIFTON RD Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02 Q. How do you typically travel on this street? Q. How is your typical experience doing the following? Q. Does any of the following make your experience feel UNSAFE? 1 3 4 1 3 2 5 2 3 4 3 2 5 4 5 7 2 2 4 0 2 4 6 8 Crossing the street Walking next to traffic Bicycling in the street Accessing the park or other destination Walking in a group N/A Difficult / Unpleasant Fine Easy/Comfortable 5 6 6 5 8 7 7 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 The amount of traffic The speed of traffic The width of the sidewalks The amount of time I had to cross the street Yes No Biking Walking Driving 2 1 9 Q. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how we could improve the pedestrian/ bicyclist experience on this street? Widening the sidewalks onWest Clifton Bike lanes Traffic lanes striped Wider sidewalks and maybe some separation from the traffic ”
  14. 14. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SEGMENT 5 - WOOSTER RD Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02 Q. How do you typically travel on this street? Q. How is your typical experience doing the following? Q. Does any of the following make your experience feel UNSAFE? 1 1 1 3 4 2 5 1 3 4 1 5 22 1 2 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Crossing the street Walking next to traffic Bicycling in the street Accessing the park or other destination Walking in a group N/A Difficult / Unpleasant Fine Easy/Comfortable 2 4 2 1 5 4 6 6 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The amount of traffic The speed of traffic The width of the sidewalks The amount of time I had to cross the street Yes No Biking Walking Running 1 2 3 Q. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how we could improve the pedestrian/ bicyclist experience on this street? Painted bike lane Add bike lane along length ofWooster Signage for pedestrians indicate the need to cross the street soon if desired/needed. Wooster is very narrow and cycling north is dangerous ”
  15. 15. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SEGMENT 6 - DETROIT AVE Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02 Q. How do you typically travel on this street? Q. How is your typical experience doing the following? Q. Does any of the following make your experience feel UNSAFE? 2 7 1 7 12 10 9 7 88 8 5 9 6 4 4 1 6 3 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Crossing the street Walking next to traffic Bicycling in the street Accessing the park or other destination Walking in a group N/A Difficult / Unpleasant Fine Easy/Comfortable 10 14 12 7 14 10 12 17 0 5 10 15 20 The amount of traffic The speed of traffic The width of the sidewalks The amount of time I had to cross the street Yes No Biking Walking Running 4 2 15 Q. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how we could improve the pedestrian/ bicyclist experience on this street? Often very loud with heavy traffic and busy intersections. This is one of the worst stretches in Lakewood to ride your bike on the street Wider sidewalks, dedicated bike lanes, bump outs and reduction of car lanes ”
  16. 16. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SEGMENT 7 - PARK LOOPTRAIL Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02 Q. How do you typically travel on this street? Q. How is your typical experience doing the following? Q. Does any of the following make your experience feel UNSAFE? 3 1 22 1 1 4 5 3 3 5 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Crossing the street Walking next to traffic Bicycling in the street Accessing the park or other destination Walking in a group N/A Difficult / Unpleasant Fine Easy/Comfortable 10 14 12 7 14 10 12 17 0 5 10 15 20 The amount of traffic The speed of traffic The width of the sidewalks The amount of time I had to cross the street Yes No Walking Running 1 5 Q. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how we could improve the pedestrian/ bicyclist experience on this street? Needs to be a path on the south side of the park road to enter Rocky River Reservation at the base of the hill. More signage at the start of entering the loop area to indicate the intended flow of vehicular traffic and bikes/ pedestrians would be helpful. ”
  17. 17. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SEGMENT 8 -VALLEY PARKWAY Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02 Q. How do you typically travel on this street? Q. How is your typical experience doing the following? Q. Does any of the following make your experience feel UNSAFE? 1 2 3 3 4 3 3 2 1 5 3 2 3 5 2 4 2 7 3 0 2 4 6 8 Crossing the street Walking next to traffic Bicycling in the street Accessing the park or other destination Walking in a group N/A Difficult / Unpleasant Fine Easy/Comfortable 3 4 4 3 9 8 8 9 0 2 4 6 8 10 The amount of traffic The speed of traffic The width of the sidewalks The amount of time I had to cross the street Yes No Biking Walking Running 3 1 7 Q. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how we could improve the pedestrian/ bicyclist experience on this street? the blind curve at the crosswalk by the dog park can also be a challenge when the park is crowded Flashing crosswalk lights like the ones outside of the convention center in downtown Cleveland when someone presses the button to cross. Maybe even a stoplight at the boat launch intersection. ”
  18. 18. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SEGMENT 9 - ROCKCLIFF Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02 Q. How do you typically travel on this street? Q. How is your typical experience doing the following? Q. Does any of the following make your experience feel UNSAFE? 1 2 3 3 4 3 3 2 1 5 3 2 3 5 2 4 2 7 3 0 2 4 6 8 Crossing the street Walking next to traffic Bicycling in the street Accessing the park or other destination Walking in a group N/A Difficult / Unpleasant Fine Easy/Comfortable 4 4 3 44 5 5 4 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 The amount of traffic The speed of traffic The width of the sidewalks The amount of time I had to cross the street Yes No Biking Walking Running 1 2 3 Q. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how we could improve the pedestrian/ bicyclist experience on this street? Hilliard andWooster intersection privileges vehicular traffic over pedestrian. Make Rockcliff a no parking street There are no sidewalks on the North side of Hilliard ”
  19. 19. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SEGMENT 10 - HILLIARD BLVD Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02 Q. How do you typically travel on this street? Q. How is your typical experience doing the following? Q. Does any of the following make your experience feel UNSAFE? 1 2 3 3 4 3 3 2 1 5 3 2 3 5 2 4 2 7 3 0 2 4 6 8 Crossing the street Walking next to traffic Bicycling in the street Accessing the park or other destination Walking in a group N/A Difficult / Unpleasant Fine Easy/Comfortable 3 3 2 4 3 4 5 3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 The amount of traffic The speed of traffic The width of the sidewalks The amount of time I had to cross the street Yes No Biking Walking Running 3 1 1 Q. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how we could improve the pedestrian/ bicyclist experience on this street? Currently there is no real pedestrian access route to the Metroparks, from Lakewood, here. Visually unpleasant, high speed traffic with too narrow sidewalks Sharrows ”
  20. 20. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SEGMENT 11 -VALLEY PARKWAY Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02 Q. How do you typically travel on this street? Q. How is your typical experience doing the following? Q. Does any of the following make your experience feel UNSAFE? 2 2 8 88 8 8 6 4 12 2 2 2 33 11 4 16 6 0 5 10 15 20 Crossing the street Walking next to traffic Bicycling in the street Accessing the park or other destination Walking in a group N/A Difficult / Unpleasant Fine Easy/Comfortable 10 12 10 9 16 14 14 14 0 5 10 15 20 The amount of traffic The speed of traffic The width of the sidewalks The amount of time I had to cross the street Yes No Biking Walking Running 6 5 12 Q. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how we could improve the pedestrian/ bicyclist experience on this street? Widen road with a protected bike lane Make an dedicated trail forWalkers and Runners. Add signage at every crosswalk enforcing pedestrian right of way. ”
  21. 21. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SEGMENT 12 - RIVERSIDE DR Virtual Community Workshop #1 Results02 Q. How do you typically travel on this street? Q. How is your typical experience doing the following? Q. Does any of the following make your experience feel UNSAFE? 2 2 8 88 8 8 6 4 12 2 2 2 33 11 4 16 6 0 5 10 15 20 Crossing the street Walking next to traffic Bicycling in the street Accessing the park or other destination Walking in a group N/A Difficult / Unpleasant Fine Easy/Comfortable 13 16 12 6 9 7 11 16 0 5 10 15 20 The amount of traffic The speed of traffic The width of the sidewalks The amount of time I had to cross the street Yes No Biking Walking Running 5 1 17 Q. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how we could improve the pedestrian/ bicyclist experience on this street? The west side of Riverside is a dangerous place for bike traffic because of the blind curves Hogsback which is in desperate need of a walking/biking lane A crosswalk is needed at Hogsback for pedestrians. ”
  22. 22. Ashland Holmes Knox 04 Network Completion & Alternatives
  23. 23. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 DESIGN STANDARDS & GUIDES Active Transportation 10104
  24. 24. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 BICYCLIST GROUPS Active Transportation 10104 Strong & Fearless Very few Enthused & Confident <10% Interested but Concerned Majority of bicyclists No Way, No How About 30% of population (City of Portland research)
  25. 25. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 ALL-PURPOSETRAILS Active Transportation 10104 Pavement dedicated to non-vehicular use, separate from vehicular pavement.
  26. 26. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 CYCLETRACKS Active Transportation 10104 Combines user experience of a separate path with an on-street, conventional bike lane.
  27. 27. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 BIKE LANES Active Transportation 10104 Buffered or Separated Bike Lanes Conventional Bike Lanes Designate exclusive space for bicyclists with pavement markings and signage.
  28. 28. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SHARED LANES Active Transportation 10104 Shared Lanes or “Sharrows”
  29. 29. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 04 BASE MAP Network Completion Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr DetroitRd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION City of Lakewood City of Cleveland City of Fairview Park City of Rocky River
  30. 30. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 04 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr DetroitRd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Map Key Existing Buffered Bike Lane or All-Purpose Trail Existing Bike Lane Existing Shared Use Lane Existing Bicycle Infrastructure • All-Purpose Trails: • Valley Parkway • Rockcliff • Clifton Boulevard - buffered bike lanes • Detroit Avenue - shared use lane • Madison Avenue - bike lanes EXISTING ROUTES Network Completion
  31. 31. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Map Key Proposed All-Purpose Trail, Cycle Track, or Buffered Bike Lane Proposed Bike Lane Proposed Shared Use Lane Existing Buffered Bike Lane or All-Purpose Trail Existing Bike Lane Existing Shared Use Lane Proposed Route (TLCI) Proposed Detail Area (TLCI) 04 Planned & Proposed Infrastructure (orange) • Riverside (bike lane + shared use lane) • Hilliard (Lakewood - bike lane; Rocky River - cycle track) • W. Clifton Rd. (shared use lane) • Wooster Rd. (all-purpose trail) • Detroit Rd. (all-purpose trail + bicycle boulevard) • Lake Rd. (cycle track) PLANNED & PROPOSED Network Completion
  32. 32. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 04 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION HILLIARD BLVD. BRIDGE DETROIT RD. Map Key Proposed All-Purpose Trail, Cycle Track, or Buffered Bike Lane Proposed Bike Lane Proposed Shared Use Lane Existing Buffered Bike Lane or All-Purpose Trail Existing Bike Lane Existing Shared Use Lane Proposed Route (TLCI) Proposed Detail Area (TLCI) Projects currently under design: • Detroit Road Reconstruction • Hilliard Boulevard Bridge Rehabilitation CURRENT PROJECTS Network Completion
  33. 33. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 04 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Map Key Proposed All-Purpose Trail, Cycle Track, or Buffered Bike Lane Proposed Bike Lane Proposed Shared Use Lane Existing Buffered Bike Lane or All-Purpose Trail Existing Bike Lane Existing Shared Use Lane Proposed Route (TLCI) Proposed Detail Area (TLCI) PRIORITY PROJECTS - OPTION A Network Completion Corridors & Segments: • West Clifton Boulevard • Riverside Drive • Clifton Boulevard Bridge • Detroit Road Bridge Intersections: • West Clifton & Clifton Boulevard • West Clifton & Riverside Drive • Valley Parkway Trail Crossing near Dog Park • Hilliard Boulevard & Riverside Drive
  34. 34. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 04 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Map Key Proposed All-Purpose Trail, Cycle Track, or Buffered Bike Lane Proposed Bike Lane Proposed Shared Use Lane Existing Buffered Bike Lane or All-Purpose Trail Existing Bike Lane Existing Shared Use Lane Proposed Route (TLCI) Proposed Detail Area (TLCI) Corridors & Segments: • Clifton Boulevard • Lake Road • Detroit Road • Riverside Drive & Hogsback Lane • Rockcliff Connection Intersections: • Clifton Boulevard & Lake Road Interchange • Hilliard Boulevard Intersection • Riverside Drive & Hogsback Lane PRIORITY PROJECTS - OPTION B Network Completion
  35. 35. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 04 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Map Key Proposed All-Purpose Trail, Cycle Track, or Buffered Bike Lane Proposed Bike Lane Proposed Shared Use Lane Existing Buffered Bike Lane or All-Purpose Trail Existing Bike Lane Existing Shared Use Lane Proposed Route (TLCI) Proposed Detail Area (TLCI) PRIORITY PROJECTS - OPTION C Network Completion Corridors & Segments: • Clifton Boulevard • Detroit Road • Hilliard Boulevard Intersections: • Clifton Boulevard & Lake Road
  36. 36. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 04 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Map Key Proposed All-Purpose Trail, Cycle Track, or Buffered Bike Lane Proposed Bike Lane Proposed Shared Use Lane Existing Buffered Bike Lane or All-Purpose Trail Existing Bike Lane Existing Shared Use Lane Proposed Route (TLCI) Proposed Detail Area (TLCI) Corridors & Segments: • Clifton Boulevard & Lake Road • Riverside Drive • Detroit Road Bridge (See Urban Design Interventions) Intersections: • Clifton Boulevard & Lake Road • Riverside Drive & Graber Drive • Wooster Road, Hilliard Boulevard, & Rockcliff • Valley Parkway Trail Crossing (See Urban Design Interventions) • Hilliard Boulevard & Riverside Drive PRIORITY PROJECTS - FINAL Network Completion
  37. 37. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 04 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Map Key Proposed All-Purpose Trail, Cycle Track, or Buffered Bike Lane Proposed Bike Lane Proposed Shared Use Lane Existing Buffered Bike Lane or All-Purpose Trail Existing Bike Lane Existing Shared Use Lane Proposed Route (TLCI) Proposed Detail Area (TLCI) CLIFTON BLVD. Alternatives Photos: CM Maier
  38. 38. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 CLIFTON BLVD Alternatives04 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Map Key Proposed All-Purpose Trail, Cycle Track, or Buffered Bike Lane Proposed Bike Lane Proposed Shared Use Lane Existing Buffered Bike Lane or All-Purpose Trail Existing Bike Lane Existing Shared Use Lane Proposed Route (TLCI) Proposed Detail Area (TLCI) Option 1 Option 2 Clifton Bridge Section - Option 2 • Decreased travel lanes • South sidewalk widening • Two-way bike facility Clifton Bridge Section - Option 1 • Continues existing protected bike lanes • Narrows 14’ travel lane • Bike facility buffers sidewalks NORTHNORTH SOUTHSOUTH
  39. 39. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 04 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Map Key Proposed All-Purpose Trail, Cycle Track, or Buffered Bike Lane Proposed Bike Lane Proposed Shared Use Lane Existing Buffered Bike Lane or All-Purpose Trail Existing Bike Lane Existing Shared Use Lane Proposed Route (TLCI) Proposed Detail Area (TLCI) RIVERSIDE DRIVE Alternatives West Side East Side • Views of the park • Preserves parking and driveway access • Must cross road to enter bike facility • Easier access to neighborhood • Removes parking • Driveway and intersection conflicts • Ignores great view of park
  40. 40. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 Riverside Drive Section - Option 2 • Grade separated • Could be a multi-use path • Could be a phase 2 Riverside Drive Section - Option 1 • Low cost and protected 04 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Map Key Proposed All-Purpose Trail, Cycle Track, or Buffered Bike Lane Proposed Bike Lane Proposed Shared Use Lane Existing Buffered Bike Lane or All-Purpose Trail Existing Bike Lane Existing Shared Use Lane Proposed Route (TLCI) Proposed Detail Area (TLCI) RIVERSIDE DRIVE Alternatives Option 1 Option 2
  41. 41. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 • Wooster Rd Connection to Proposed Facilities along Hilliard Blvd and Rockcliff Dr 04 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Map Key Proposed All-Purpose Trail, Cycle Track, or Buffered Bike Lane Proposed Bike Lane Proposed Shared Use Lane Existing Buffered Bike Lane or All-Purpose Trail Existing Bike Lane Existing Shared Use Lane Proposed Route (TLCI) Proposed Detail Area (TLCI) WOOSTER ROAD Alternatives Concept Plan New Trail on Wooster Rockcliff Dr Hilliard Blvd WoosterRd Trail and Road Diet on Hiliard Closed Slip Lane Shared Sidewalk Completed Connection Raised Crosswalk
  42. 42. Ashland Holmes Knox 05 Urban Design Interventions
  43. 43. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 05 GREET Urban Design Interventions Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Stinchomb Memorial Memorial Field Rockcliff Springs Lakewood Dog Park Emerald Necklace Marina
  44. 44. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 05 HUMANIZE Urban Design Interventions Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Stinchomb Memorial Memorial Field Rockcliff Springs Lakewood Dog Park Emerald Necklace Marina
  45. 45. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 06 CELEBRATE Urban Design Interventions Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr Detroit Rd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION Stinchomb Memorial Memorial Field Rockcliff Springs Lakewood Dog Park Emerald Necklace Marina
  46. 46. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 05 CELEBRATE Urban Design Interventions
  47. 47. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 05 LOOK! Urban Design Interventions Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr DetroitRd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION
  48. 48. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 05 FOCUS AREA Urban Design Interventions WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW oooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooo ssssssssss tttttttttttttttttttteeeeeeeeeeeee rrrrrrrr RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR dddddddddddddddddddddddd C i t y o f R o c k y R i v e r C i t y o f L a k e w o o d D e t r o i t R o a d D e t r o it A v e RR o cc kk yy RR ivv ee rr aa llllll llll eee yyyyy PPP kkk ww yyyy a dd Proposed Network Proposed Network Existing Network VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV aaa Existing Network Rocky River Overlook All-Purpose Trail Crossing Improvements t r o it Proposed Network Lakewood and Cleveland Metroparks Gateway Reservation Gateway
  49. 49. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 05 DETROIT BRIDGE CONCEPT Focus Area
  50. 50. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 05 DETROIT BRIDGE CONCEPT Focus Area
  51. 51. Ashland Holmes Knox 06 Wayfinding & Signage Analysis
  52. 52. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 WAYFINDING & SIGNAGE ANALYSIS Wayfinding & Signage Analysis06 1 3 2 • Entry point to study area • Direct to both Lakewood and Rocky River Commercial Districts • Clifton Share Road/Bike Lane & W. Clinton Share Road • Exit for Rocky River Commercial District • Feels very vehicular, not comfortable for cyclist • Sidewalk ends and jogs to sidewalk of Rte. 6 on ramp • Potential re-route to Rocky River Commercial District in- stead of ramp • Direct to Rocky River Commercial Districts • Bike Lane on Clifton Blvd. ends - Share Road • Shallow sidewalk across bridge Emerald Necklace Marina Clifton Beach Lakewood Dog Park Lakewood Library Stinchcomb Memorial Tyler Field Little Met & Big Met Golf Courses Hilliard Blvd Commercial District Lakewood Commercial District Rocky River Commercial District Destination Commercial District (Lakewoord) Commercial District (Rocky River) Commercial District (Hilliard) Vehicular Travel Path Pedestrian Travel Path Bike Travel Path Off Road Trail City Boundaries Entry Points Clifton Rd LakeRd Park Loop ValleyParkway Hogsback Ln WoosterRd RiversideDr 1 2 3 4 8 12 13 15 17 16 18 20 9 10 19 23 24 22 21 14 7 6 5 Clifton Blvd. (W est Bound) 11
  53. 53. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 WAYFINDING & SIGNAGE ANALYSIS Wayfinding & Signage Analysis06 4 7 3 8 5 6 • Entry point to Rocky River Commercial District • Detroit is a Share Road • Entry (past Bridge) to Rocky River Commercial District • Connects with potential re-route from Clifton Exit • Critical Decision Point • Entry to Rocky River Commercial District • Direct to Lakewood Commercial District/Metroparks • Lake/Clifton is mainly vehicular to the Rocky River Commercial District • Google diverts north on Argyle to Beachcliff and around to Lake Road for bikes Emerald Necklace Marina Clifton Beach Lakewood Dog Park Lakewood Library Stinchcomb Memorial Tyler Field Little Met & Big Met Golf Courses Hilliard Blvd Commercial District Lakewood Commercial District Rocky River Commercial District Destination Commercial District (Lakewoord) Commercial District (Rocky River) Commercial District (Hilliard) Vehicular Travel Path Pedestrian Travel Path Bike Travel Path Off Road Trail City Boundaries Entry Points Clifton Rd LakeRd Park Loop ValleyParkway Hogsback Ln WoosterRd RiversideDr 1 2 3 4 8 12 13 15 17 16 18 20 9 10 19 23 24 22 21 14 7 6 5 11
  54. 54. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 WAYFINDING & SIGNAGE ANALYSIS Wayfinding & Signage Analysis06 9 10 12 11 • W. Clifton to Detroit is more direct into Lakewood Commercial District but heavy vehicular and street parking could be problematic for bikes • Routing down Sloane is a bike option • Critical Intersection: Entry to Metroparks, Commercial Districts • Placemaking and direction needed here • Continue guidance into Lakewood Commercial District • Direct to Metroparks and Rocky River Commercial District Emerald Necklace Marina Clifton Beach Lakewood Dog Park Lakewood Library Stinchcomb Memorial Tyler Field Little Met & Big Met Golf Courses Hilliard Blvd Commercial District Lakewood Commercial District Rocky River Commercial District Destination Commercial District (Lakewoord) Commercial District (Rocky River) Commercial District (Hilliard) Vehicular Travel Path Pedestrian Travel Path Bike Travel Path Off Road Trail City Boundaries Entry Points Clifton Rd LakeRd Park Loop ValleyParkway Hogsback Ln WoosterRd RiversideDr 1 2 3 4 8 12 13 15 17 16 18 20 9 10 19 23 24 22 21 14 7 6 5 11
  55. 55. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 WAYFINDING & SIGNAGE ANALYSIS Wayfinding & Signage Analysis06 13 15 16 14 • Cleveland Metroparks Drive includes paved bike path, comfortable walking and biking • Direction to Dog Park (south) and Commercial Districts (north) • Direction needed to destinations north and south • Placemaking and direction needed here • To Metroparks and Hilliard Business District • Paved path becomes protected path on road - jogs across street • Direction guidance to destinations north and south • Trail eventially becomes paved path again (south) Emerald Necklace Marina Clifton Beach Lakewood Dog Park Lakewood Library Stinchcomb Memorial Tyler Field Little Met & Big Met Golf Courses Hilliard Blvd Commercial District Lakewood Commercial District Rocky River Commercial District Destination Commercial District (Lakewoord) Commercial District (Rocky River) Commercial District (Hilliard) Vehicular Travel Path Pedestrian Travel Path Bike Travel Path Off Road Trail City Boundaries Entry Points Clifton Rd LakeRd Park Loop ValleyParkway Hogsback Ln WoosterRd RiversideDr 1 2 3 4 8 12 11 13 15 16 17 18 20 9 10 19 23 24 22 21 14 7 6 5
  56. 56. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 WAYFINDING & SIGNAGE ANALYSIS Wayfinding & Signage Analysis06 17 19 20 18 • Entrance to Metroparks - very uncomfortable for cars and bikes • Metroparks directional sign present • Placemaking and direction needed here • To Metroparks and entry to Hilliard Business District • No off-road trail here. Both very steep hills with vehicular traffic • Hidden entry when heading east Emerald Necklace Marina Clifton Beach Lakewood Dog Park Lakewood Library Stinchcomb Memorial Tyler Field Little Met & Big Met Golf Courses Hilliard Blvd Commercial District Lakewood Commercial District Rocky River Commercial District Destination Commercial District (Lakewoord) Commercial District (Rocky River) Commercial District (Hilliard) Vehicular Travel Path Pedestrian Travel Path Bike Travel Path Off Road Trail City Boundaries Entry Points Clifton Rd LakeRd Park Loop ValleyParkway Hogsback Ln WoosterRd RiversideDr 1 2 3 4 8 12 13 15 16 20 21 17 9 10 22 18 24 19 23 14 7 6 5 11
  57. 57. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 WAYFINDING & SIGNAGE ANALYSIS Wayfinding & Signage Analysis06 21 23 24 22 • Entrance to Metroparks at Rockcliff • Very residential with sidewalks • Paved multi-purpose path begins further down Rockcliff • Direct north up Wooster to Metroparks and Hilliard Business District • Wooster is a Share Road • Possible direction to destinations north • Direction here. Go deeper into Metroparks, up to dog park via Valley Parkway or Hilliard Business District heading west Emerald Necklace Marina Clifton Beach Lakewood Dog Park Lakewood Library Stinchcomb Memorial Tyler Field Little Met & Big Met Golf Courses Hilliard Blvd Commercial District Lakewood Commercial District Rocky River Commercial District Destination Commercial District (Lakewoord) Commercial District (Rocky River) Commercial District (Hilliard) Vehicular Travel Path Pedestrian Travel Path Bike Travel Path Off Road Trail City Boundaries Entry Points Clifton Rd LakeRd Park Loop ValleyParkway Hogsback Ln WoosterRd RiversideDr 1 2 3 4 8 12 13 15 16 20 21 17 9 10 22 18 19 23 14 7 6 5 24 11
  58. 58. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 SIGN SYSTEMS Areas of Use05 Clifton Blvd WoosterRd Hilliard Blvd ValleyPkwy ValleyPkwy Valley Pkwy Park LoopTrail Sloane Ave Rockcliffe Dr Hogsback Ln Rocky River WCliftonBlvd LakeRd RiversideDr DetroitRd Rocky River ROCKY RIVER RESERVATION MUTCD Regulatroy Cleveland Trails Sign System Cleveland Trails Sign System Cleveland Trails Sign System Cleveland Metroparks Sign System Cleveland Metroparks Sign System MUTCD Regulatroy Lakewood Sign System MUTCD Regulatroy Rocky River Sign System MUTCD Regulatroy Rocky River Sign System MUTCD Regulatroy Cleveland Trails Sign System MUTCD Regulatroy MUTCD Regulatroy Cleveland Trails Sign System Cleveland Metroparks Sign System MUTCD Regulatory Rocky River Sign System Lakewood Sign System SIGNTYPE PWD | POINTER WAYFINDING DIRECTIONAL Edgewater Bluff Edgewater Marina Lakefront Bikeway EASTBOUND Lakefront Bikeway WESTBOUND CLEVELAND TRAIL PILOT SIGN PROGRAM SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0" COLORS CAN BE CUSTOMIZED / ADAPTED FOR OTHER TRAIL SYSTEMS TRAIL SIGN PROGRAM INFORMATION STANDARD • Trail brand may be customized via color/graphics style and logo • Content/Information Hierarchy is the same throughout the system • Structure/build and sign types are the same across the system PRINCIPLES OF WAYFINDING Connect people to place. Wayfinding programs are developed for the purpose of helping people understand how to effectively move from place to place in support of the greater experience. Consistency is key. Shape, color, naming, symbols, placement, etc. used consistently from one place to another help to ensure trust and confidence in the information presented. These visual cues provide strong connections for the people who encounter them. Present information inclusively. Present information for multiple levels of knowledge and experience. Use best practices for signage and wayfinding information which have been studied and tested for this purpose. Keep it simple. Too many choices for someone who is new and unfamiliar to an area can overwhelm and foster confusion and mistrust. Use best practices for signage information to help prioritize the information that will mean the most to new users. OTD | ON TRAIL DIRECTIONAL Edgewater Beach • Beach House 3 min8 min Whiskey Island 8 min20 min trail maintained by BIKEWAY CLEVELAND LAKEFRONT CLEVELAND TRAIL SYSTEM via Whiskey Island Drive Bikes Share the Road OK | ORIENTATION KIOSK/MAP BIKEWAY CLEVELAND LAKEFRONT trail maintained by WESTBOUND You are in Ohio City Neighborhood • Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood • Edgewater Park Beach/Beach House Trail connects to: CUYAHOGA RIVER LAKE ERIE WHISKEY ISLAND EDGEWATER BEACH WAS HING TON AVE WHISK EY ISLAN DDR West Blvd & Lake Ave Clifton & Lake Ave Upper Edgewater Edgewater Park Entry Cass Ave & W. 58th Herman Ave & W. 49th W. 28th W. 25th Garrett A. Morgan Water Treatment Plant Overlook W. 76th W. 73th W. 65th TO CENTEN NIAL LAKE LINK TRAIL > EDGEWATER BEACH HOUSE CLEVEL AND LAKEFR ONT BIKEWA Y TO DOWNTO WN > RTA REDLINE WEST BLVD - CUDELL RAPID STATION RTA REDLINE W. 25TH OHIO CITY RAPID STATION KEY CLEVELAND LAKEFRONT BIKEWAY SHARE ROAD DINING BUS TRANSIT AVAILABLE YOU ARE HERE EDGEWATER NEIGHBORHOOD W 25TH ST DETROITAVEDETROITAVE LORA IN AVE WEST BLVD DETR OIT AVE OHIO CITY NEIGHBORHOOD DETROIT SHOREWAY NEIGHBORHOOD HINGETOWN DISTRICT GORDON SQUARE ARTS DISTRICT THE FLATS (WEST BANK) MAP DRAFT Towpath Trail North Clark Field TREMONT NEIGHBORHOOD Lincoln Park Camp Cleveland • Ball Fields • Dog Park • Canal Basin Park Towpath Trail South • • Canal Reservation 2 min6 min 5 min18 min W. 11th Street Christmas Story House 3 min8 min 12 min 35 min 5 min15 min maintained by maintained by Tremont Neighborhood CLEVELAND TRAIL SYSTEM shop Existing O&E Sign Program Colors (orange matches Tremont orange) Bikes Share Road Trail Name logo City/Neighborhood Standard Symbols Established Naming Simplified Trail Name (drop Donor Names, etc) Programming: • Destinations & Landmarks within a mile • Distance in minutes not miles • Amenities available Name or Logo of organization that maintains trail What can I do on the trail? Where am I? Where can I go? How do I get there? How long will it take me? SIGNS SHOULD ANSWER: Towpath Trail The Flats 4 min12 min Camp Cleveland 8 min22 min TRAIL CLEVELAND FOUNDATION CENTENNIALFlats Neighborhood Columbus Peninsula • Scranton Peninsula THE FLATS NEIGHBORHOOD Columbus Road maintained by maintained by Cleveland Metroparks Colors Merwins Wharf • Skate Park • Rowing Foundation • East/West Bank • Rivergate Park The Flats 1 min2 min 5 min15 min Bikes Share Road CLEVELAND TRAIL SYSTEM © GUIDE STUDIO, INC. PLEASE NOTE: This pilot of the Cleveland Off-Road Trails Wayfinding Master Plan will be tested through Fall 2019, at which point these guidelines may be updated. For roads/trails where exisiting or proposed networks connect across cit- ies and neighborhoods, we recommend utilizing the newly developed Cleveland Trails Sign System. This program can be adapted to highlight a new trail (with color coding or brand) and should be adapted for more connective on-road experiences. For roads/trails deep within the park system, we recommend continuing the use of Metroparks Signage but at point of entry/exit, the Cleveland Trails Sign System can be used to guide to city/ neighborhood amenities. For commercial corridors with heavy multimodal access and a need to be recognized as a specific city district, we recommend sign programs be established that represent the city and needs of the area. Sign types meant to speak to vehicles, cyclists and pedestri- ans are recommended. In all on road/share road instances, specialty sign programs such as the Cleveland Trail Sign System will be ac- companied by regulatory signage that is universally used to control and regu- late traffic between multiple modes of travel. This includes pavement mark- ings. 06
  59. 59. Ashland Holmes Knox 07 Next Steps
  60. 60. COMMUNITY CONFLUENCE Virtual Workshop #2 NEXT STEPS07 06 Summarize process, data, input, alternatives, recommendations, and next steps. PM1R RECOMMEND FUND! 0504030201 Engage the community with virtual meeting and wayfinding survey Gather all current condition information and kickoff with Project Team Based on assessment and feedback, develop alternatives Present alternatives to Project Team and community Create & present recommendations and implementation plan PM2PM1 VCW1 VCW2 VCW3 ASSESS ENGAGE DEVELOP ENGAGE RECOMMEND & ENGAGE REPORT PM3 PM4 • JUNE • MAY • JULY • AUGUST • MARCH • SEPTEMBER • OCTOBER • NOVEMBER VCW1
  61. 61. Community Confluence: Connecting the Cities of Lakewood & Rocky River, and the Rocky River Reservation Virtual Community Workshop May 26 - June 19, 2020 Community Confluence: Connecting the Cities of Lakewood & Rocky River, and the Rocky River Reservation Virtual Community Workshop #2 - Presentation

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