Going back to the topic I posted in a previous thread of East Coast transplants relocating to U.C and feeling like it's disconnected from amenities in certain areas it got me wondering. Wouldn't it be useful for RTA as well as University Circle to run it's trolly system from Windermere station down Euclid and to other UC hotspot destinations such as Little Italy and even serving as the connector to University Circle train station? For RTA you will definitely increase your ridership due to people not having to take cars as much and it being a reliable means to get to where you want quickly, also serving as a feeder for a train station that isn't the easiest to access. For UC it would benefit them by connecting their residents, tourist and workers to various destinations that isn't the easiest or most convenient to get to for those aforementioned people that may want to live a carless lifestyle. It could start in East Cleveland with stops on Euclid and Superior (still a major intersection for EC residents), Uptown, Little Italy Station, ONE University Circle, UC Train Station (Not in that order) to start. If successful a second trolly line could be added to visit other areas in University Circle, maybe the city of Cleveland Clinic. It wouldn't step on the toes of the Healthline due to limited stops it would have and it turning up side streets, going places it doesn't go but serves as a good connector for UC residents, visitors and workers.