Proof That Green Ribbon Advocacy Works

Land bridgeCLEVELAND, Ohio — In a nod to nostalgia, the City of Cleveland is proposing to recreate, at least in part, a pedestrian bridge that connected the downtown Malls to the Lake Erie lakefront during the 1936-37 Great Lakes Exposition.

The city has applied to the State of Ohio for $6.5 million to design the “land bridge” from Mall C to North Coast Harbor on the waterfront, spanning the Ohio 2 Shoreway and lakefront railroad lines.

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