Bob PerkoskiRTA Healthline
Like sharks, we humans gotta move. And in Northeast Ohio, that typically means hopping in a car and heading out on the open road. More and more, though, Clevelanders are swapping conventional for alternative. Inner-ring commuters are leaving the SUV in the garage, instead choosing to ride the light rails, hop aboard RTA's Healthline, or two-wheel it into town along a freshly painted bike lane. As the city looks forward, growing in terms of residents by leaps and bounds, intermodal transportation issues should be high on the list of concerns.
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