West Shoreway

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West Shoreway

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West Shoreway

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Project: Infrastructure/ Modification of West Shoreway into 35 mph tree-lined boulevard

Location: Lakefront/ West 25th Street to Lake Avenue

Size: 2. 5-mile roadway
Phase I- $40 million/ Includes $3 million to renovate two pedestrian tunnels at West 76th Street/ Phase I also includes multipurpose trails and improved street infrastructure and intersections
Phase II- $20 million/ Includes reduction of speed limits on West Shoreway from 50 mph to 35 mph and replacement of concrete barriers with a tree-lined landscaped median.

Developer: Ohio Department of Transportation

Architect(s): None Listed

Cost: Total Cost- $60 million

Status: Phase I pedestrian pathways under construction.

"It will make Edgewater Park and Lake Erie more accessible from the adjacent West Side neighborhoods now cut off by the Shoreway . The state has pledged federal money totaling almost $50 million for the entire project, which covers the first phase of construction with about $10 million left over for the second phase, which should cost about $20 million."

- The Plain Dealer, 2/14/10

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