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  1. Keep in mind, the new CEO of Cedar Fair has made his offices in Charlotte instead of the Sandusky headquarters location. That being said, he did publicly commit to keeping Cedar Fair's headquarters in Sandusky. Also, Cedar Point is by far their most successful property. The more lucrative part of the amusement industry today is less about the parks themselves, but about the resort experience surrounding the parks. No other Cedar Fair park has as much potential as Cedar Point when it comes to a full resort experience and extended stays.
  2. Sandusky Transit continues to smash last year's ridership numbers
  3. Unfortunately, many people say that same thing, but they are not being sarcastic. I'm glad at least one (and soon two) surface lots on that map are gone now because of the Lumen (and nucleus).
  4. No, Cleveland is not in play to land Amazon, and never was.
  5. Oh, come on. There were many substantive points in Allard's piece that warrant discussion, imo, but Allard's personal upbringing is irrelevant to this discussion.
  6. I thought this was the nuCLEus thread, not the psychoanalyzing of Sam Allard thread.
  7. Sandusky named Best Small Coastal Town in the United States by USA Today https://www.cleveland.com/news/2019/05/sandusky-wins-best-coastal-small-town-by-usa-today.html
  8. The portion of Chester from E 55th to University Circle wasn't built until the mid-1930s, so 322 originally ran down Euclid.
  9. I've seen a lot of people talking about these different "proposals" on social media, and some people expressing concern about different routes, so, just to reiterate, they make it clear that these are not proposals but just strictly conceptual. I'm sure any actual system redesign would be somewhere in the middle between the two.
  10. That's because the waterfront line is very low ridership, and it also reduces the Green Line to rush hour only for the same reason. But Blue Line ridership would likely increase if it goes to 15 minute frequency. But again, they made it clear that it is not a proposal, but just an illustration of what a system that prioritizes only ridership and frequency would look like.
  11. No it doesn't, it increases the Blue Line frequency to 15 minutes. At the bottom, it also boldly states "This is not a proposal"
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