|Photo © Jason Meyer/Feinknopf|
The nine-mile, $200 million bus rapid-transit line launched in October 2008, transporting passengers adjacent to and along Euclid Avenue, a grand corridor once known as Millionaires’ Row, which went into a spiral of deterioration and neglect after the Great Depression. Decades in the imagining, the transit line is now credited with helping to attract $5.8 billion in investments for new construction and rehabilitation on Euclid. Hybrid rapid-transit vehicles stop at 40 stations and connect two growing areas, University Circle and downtown Cleveland.
October 16, 2012