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A 'Bike View' - I 670 Trail - Alum Creek Trail to Cleveland Ave - Columbus Ohio (narration)

 

Starting at the Alum Creek Trail we ride along the I-670 Trail till we find Cleveland Avenue in Columbus Ohio. This video includes narration. Soon to be part of the Ohio to Erie trail - trash and all!

 

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More about OSU's bike-share decision from Business First:

 

Ohio State passes up CoGo, chooses Zagster to run bike-share program:  http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2015/03/19/ohio-state-passes-up-cogo-chooses-zagster-to-run.html

 

Looks like a deal was worked out between CoGo and OSU to fund two stations on campus after all.

 

The Zagster system will still be more prominent with locations throughout campus, but these additional stations for CoGo nevertheless should open up a lot of ridership opportunities for Ohio State students/employees and make the whole network more useful throughout the city.

 

OSU and CoGo Bike Share Partner to Expand System onto Campus

 

Columbus City Council will consider legislation tonight releasing funds for the addition of three new stations to the city-owned CoGo Bike Share program, including two on OSU's campus.

 

The stations would be funded in part by Ohio State University, bringing CoGo onto campus just two months after selecting a rival company's bid to run the university's own bike share system. At the time, there was criticism of the decision because the on-campus system run by Zagster would not be compatible with the city's larger, existing CoGo network.

 

http://columbusight.com/2015/05/18/cogo-bike-share-expanding-to-osu-campus-after-all/

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Latest Update on the Suspension Bridge on the Alum Creek Trail.

 

 

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Some updates to the Alum Creek Trail Suspension Bridge:

 

The suspension cable on one side of the 140-foot-long bridge snapped overnight April 15-16, 2015.  This was after the city spent $486,000 to replace the bridge deck and timber cross braces, repair the concrete piers, install new support railing, paint, and do other work on the bridge in 2013.  The renovated bridge reopened March 2014.  No work was done to the suspension cable that snapped.  These suspension cables are original to the 1922 bridge and were inspected by engineers at the time of the other work done and thought to be fine.

 

The city has since stabilized the bridge structure (see the photo above) and city council approved an engineering contract in July to design a new suspension cable and anchoring system for the bridge.  They are estimating that work on the new cables will begin in November 2015 and be completed by March 2016.  More about it at:

 

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2015/04/23/old-closed-bridge-will-be-repaired-soon-city-says.html

 

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2015/07/15/pedestrian-bridge-over-alum-creek.html

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Bike Lanes Update: Long and Spring, Fourth and Summit, and New Lanes on Near East Side

By Brent Warren, Columbus Underground

August 3, 2015 - 8:00 am

 

This fall should see the completion of a trio of bike infrastructure projects - new lanes are planned for the Near East Side; enhancements are on tap for the bike lanes installed last year on Long and Spring streets downtown; and work will be beginning soon on the much-anticipated Fourth and Third/Summit street bike lanes, which will extend north to Hudson street and include a 1.4-mile long protected lane.

 

On Long and Spring, work is scheduled to begin soon on re-striping the lanes, adding in a two-foot buffer zone between bikes and the “door zone” of parked cars, and painting five “queue boxes” designed to make it easier for cyclists to turn left off of Spring Street.  The lanes will run from one side of downtown to the other; on Long Street from Neil Avenue to Hamilton Avenue, and on Spring Street from Marconi Boulevard to Hamilton Avenue.  The queue boxes will be at Third Street, Grant Avenue, Cleveland Avenue, Lester Drive and Elijah Pierce Avenue.

 

MORE: http://www.columbusunderground.com/bike-lanes-update-long-and-spring-fourth-and-summit-and-new-lanes-on-near-east-side-bw1

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MORPC, Yay Bikes! launch Ride Buddy to get more people to bike to work

By Nick Ramsey, Staff

Columbus Business First - June 22, 2015, 5:25pm EDT

 

The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission has teamed up with a local nonprofit to boost the number of people who ride their bikes for transportation.  Yay Bikes!, which promotes bike ridership, is working with MORPC on a program called Ride Buddy.  It’s free and open to anyone who works or lives downtown.

 

The program offers a variety of services including intensive one-on-one coaching and shadowing with a Yay Bikes! ride buddy.  Ride buddies will ride with employees on their first commute to work, familiarize employees with the CoGo Bike Share system, escort employees to their favorite lunch or frequent meeting destinations and give informational presentations about urban street riding.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2015/06/22/morpc-yay-bikes-launch-ride-buddy-to-get-more.html

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One of the neat things about the Olentangy Trail is how it winds among the busy Rt. 315 highway just a few feet above.  That is unless a truck hits the 315 barrier wall and rains chunks of concrete onto the trail below!  That is what happened at around midnight Friday.  This photo shows the result:

 

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The Olentangy Trail has been temporarily closed between W. 3rd Avenue and Goodale Street until repair work to the 315 bridge is finished.  Below are two reports about this.  The NBC4 video is from yesterday.  The Dispatch article is updated to today:

 

NBC4 VIDEO:  http://nbc4i.com/2015/09/13/crumbling-concrete-shuts-down-part-of-the-olentangy-trail/

 

Section of Olentangy Trail still closed, Rt. 315 bridge safe:  http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2015/09/14/Olentangy-trail-closed.html

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Video of Mayor Coleman speaking at the trail dedication ceremony and riding the trail at the link below:

 

Last link in Alum Creek Greenways Trail opens

By Mark Ferenchik, The Columbus Dispatch

Friday, October 2, 2015 - 1:49 AM

 

The last link of the Alum Creek Greenways Trail opened today, completing a 22-mile trail connecting Westerville and Easton to Three Creeks Park near Groveport.

 

The trail — the longest in central Ohio — has been 16 years in the making and cost the city of Columbus $20 million.  Of that, $7 million came from grants, most of them federal.  The last section of the trail, with a bridge over Alum Creek, cost $4.8 million.

 

A ceremony marking the opening of the last segment of the trail, which winds through a scenic urban corridor, took place today near Ohio Dominican University.

 

MORE: http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2015/10/01/Last-leg-of-trail-opens.html

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Recent article from the Dispatch about protected bike lanes in Columbus.  The city will be installing a protected bike lane along part of a street repaving project for Third/Summit and Fourth Streets next year.  Earlier this month, the city installed a temporary protected bike lane along Livingston Avenue in front of Children's Hospital:

 

Columbus experiments with protected bike lanes

By Mary Beth Lane, The Columbus Dispatch

Friday, November 6, 2015 - 5:50 AM

 

The protected bike lane that appeared along E. Livingston Avenue on Thursday was only temporary, but city officials hope to add more of them permanently on major thoroughfares around Columbus.  Officials installed the protected lane along the westbound curb lane of E. Livingston Avenue between 18th and Ann streets as a demonstration, and asked bicyclists to test it out and provide feedback.

 

Expect to see more protected bike lanes in the future, said Patricia Austin, administrator of the city’s Division of Traffic Management. ... The city is adding marked bike lanes as part of a $6 million project to repave the heavily traveled Summit/3rd and 4th streets.  It also includes adding a protected bike lane along a 1.4-mile stretch of the west side of Summit Street between 11th Avenue and Hudson Street in the University District.

 

MORE: http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2015/11/05/Columbus-bike-lanes.html

 

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And if you think that "How to Use It" graphic is overkill on the city's part.  Watching this report from NBC4 will make you feel differently:

 

http://nbc4i.com/2015/12/07/city-opens-first-protected-bike-lanes-on-summit-street/

 

The NBC4 video shows a car that tried to drive down the protected bike lane (which was mentioned in the city graphic).  But it also showed a young lady standing in the middle of the bike lane - while texting on her phone(!) - which was not mentioned in the city graphic because it was presumably obvious!

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It is definitely not overkill. It took drivers a surprisingly long time to get used to the Central Parkway cycle track in Cincinnati. And occasionally, we still have school buses visiting Music Hall or FedEd/USP drivers parking in the bike lane.

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2015 Dispatch article about the city and Clintonville working to designate various neighborhood streets for bicyclists and pedestrians as safer alternatives to higher-traffic area streets, like High Street and Indianola Avenue.  Below the article link is a map of the proposed routes and a YouTube video showing these streets:

 

Clintonville residents seek ‘neighborhood greenways’ for safe biking, walking

 

 

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CoGo starts daily bike rentals through new app

By Rick Rouan, The Columbus Dispatch

Monday February 15, 2016

 

CoGo Bikeshare riders who want to purchase a day pass can now do so with a smartphone app.

 

Users can download "Transit App," which tracks how many bikes are available at CoGo kiosks, and they can purchase a code through it to unlock a bike from the dock.

 

Previously, users had to use their credit card at the kiosk.

 

http://www.dispatch.com/content/blogs/the-city/2016/02/cogo-app.html

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2015 was kind of a rough year maintenance-wise for bridges along some of bike trails in Columbus.  First, a cable breaks on the historic 1922 suspension bridge on the Alum Creek Trail - previously posted here.  Then, a truck hits a concrete barrier wall on 315 going over the Olentangy Trail - previously posted here.

 

And it looks like 2016 might not be any better, because another bridge on the Alum Creek Trail was recently damaged by a falling tree.  This bridge is over a section of wetland between Easton and Ohio Dominican University.  Below is a view of the damage from the Columbus Metro Parks twitter feed:

 

Columbus Metro Parks - ‏@CbusMetroParks

1:05 PM - 14 Mar 2016

View of damage to the (boardwalk) closed section of Alum Creek Trail between Innis Park and Easton soccer fields.

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Cross-posted in the Columbus City Downtown Campus Development thread:  http://www.urbanohio.com/forum2/index.php/topic,10219.msg801672.html#msg801672

 

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Planning Underway for Downtown Bike Hub at Front and Long

By Brent Warren, Columbus Underground

May 5, 2016 - 8:00 am

 

Planning is underway by the City of Columbus on a bike hub that would be located on the first floor of the new city parking garage being built at the northwest corner of Front and Long streets downtown.

 

The facility would be open to the public and would offer cyclists a place to store their bikes, change, and take a shower, although exactly what other amenities would be available (and who would run it) is still up in the air.  Those decisions will be made after the city reviews a feasibility study completed by local advocacy group Yay Bikes.

 

MORE: http://www.columbusunderground.com/downtown-bike-hub-bw1

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The growing pains continue for the less-than-one-year-old bikes lanes on Third & Fourth Streets downtown and Summit and Fourth Streets north of downtown:

 

New Downtown bike lanes causing confusion, delays

By Rick Rouan, The Columbus Dispatch

Thursday, June 16, 2016 - 4:56 AM

 

New lane markings designed to make Downtown’s busiest arteries safer for bicyclists and pedestrians have caused more rush-hour traffic snarls and left motorists frustrated and confused.  City officials, bicycle advocates and even drivers agree that traffic problems with the new bike lanes on 3rd and 4th streets through Downtown will improve with time and familiarity.

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The new bike lanes are part of the city’s long-term plan to slow traffic on 3rd and 4th streets.  Rush-hour parking restrictions were ended on both streets in 2014, and the city added the bike lanes to a planned $7.7 million resurfacing project between I-670 and Fulton Street for this year.  They are an extension of bike lanes installed on Summit and 4th streets between Hudson Street and I-670 last year.

 

MORE: http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2016/06/16/new-downtown-bike-lanes-causing-confusion-delays.html

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The City of Columbus is planning on road diet for Indianola (between E. North Broadway and Morse). Indianola will change from 4 lanes of traffic to 2 lanes with a center left turn lane. Bike lanes will be striped along the curbs. This has caused the typical amount of controversy in Clintonville.

 

I personally welcome the bike lanes - I find it nerve-wracking to cycle on this stretch of Indianola.

 

http://nbc4i.com/2016/08/09/parts-of-indianola-avenue-will-get-two-bike-lanes-in-new-city-plan/

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Five New CoGo Bike Share Stations Being Added to System

 

CoGo Bike Share and the City of Columbus released a joint announcement today about their system expansion that includes five new stations at popular locations and destinations, bringing the grand total to 46 stations and 365 bikes for rent.

 

The five new stations are located in the following spots:

  • Lane Ave at the Olentangy Trail – near the Lane Avenue Bridge.
  • Jaeger St & Whittier St – in front of the Giant Eagle grocery store.
  • Thurman Ave & Bruck St – Near the new Barrett development.
  • Fourth St & Rich St – Across the street from Dirty Frank’s, 16-Bit and other destinations.
  • Third Ave & Yard St – In front of the Giant Eagle Market District.

 

http://www.columbusunderground.com/five-new-cogo-bike-share-stations-being-added-to-system

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The City of Columbus is planning on road diet for Indianola (between E. North Broadway and Morse). Indianola will change from 4 lanes of traffic to 2 lanes with a center left turn lane. Bike lanes will be striped along the curbs. This has caused the typical amount of controversy in Clintonville.

 

I personally welcome the bike lanes - I find it nerve-wracking to cycle on this stretch of Indianola.

 

http://nbc4i.com/2016/08/09/parts-of-indianola-avenue-will-get-two-bike-lanes-in-new-city-plan/

 

More about the Indianola Avenue road diet and bike lanes - with a diagram of the proposed changes:

 

http://www.columbusunderground.com/indianola-in-clintonville-to-get-road-diet-bike-lanes-in-2017-bw1

 

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City Phasing Out “Share the Road” Signs

 

The City of Columbus is phasing out the use of yellow “Share the Road” signs in favor of white signs that say “Bikes May Use Full Lane.”

 

The shift is meant to communicate more clearly the idea that, under city and state code, bikes are not required to hug the curb or stay to the far right side of a travel lane “when it is unreasonable or unsafe to do so.”  Many experienced cyclists prefer to ride in the center of the lane, whether to avoid the danger of opening car doors in the parking lane, to increase their visibility, or to avoid the tight squeeze that happens when a car tries to pass a bicycle while staying in the same lane.

 

Catherine Girves, Executive Director of advocacy organization Yay Bikes, said that the Share the Road signs meant different things to different people, with some drivers interpreting them as directions for cyclists – that they need to “share the road” with drivers and stay as far to the right as possible.

 

MORE: http://www.columbusunderground.com/share-the-road-columbus-bw1

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Here's where CoGo may go in suburban expansion

 

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Some suburbs surrounding Columbus want to get in on the city’s bike-sharing program.

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Below is a list of proposed CoGo stations, though the final locations could change by next year.

 

Bexley

 

    North Cassady Avenue and Bellwood Avenue

    Jeffrey Park

    City Hall

    Capital University

 

Grandview Heights

 

    Grandview Yard

    Grandview Library

    First Avenue and Northwest Boulevard

    Grandview Avenue and Goodale Boulevard

 

Upper Arlington

 

    North Mallway Drive and Arlington Avenue

    Kingsdale Shopping Center

    Northam Park

    Upper Arlington High School

    Arlington Gateway

 

Columbus

 

    Franklin Park (Near East Side)

    East Long Street and Taylor Avenue (Near East Side)

    Bryden Road and South Champion Avenue (Olde Towne East)

    East Livingston Avenue and South Fourth Street (German Village)

    Dodge Park (Franklinton)

    West Third Avenue and Northwest Boulevard (Fifth by Northwest)

    West Third Avenue and Grandview Avenue (Fifth by Northwest)

    East Fifth Avenue and Summit Street (Italian Village)

    West Lane Avenue and North High Street (University District)

    East Hudson Street and North High Street (University District)

    Milo Grogan Recreation Center (Milo Grogan)

    East 11th Avenue and Cleveland Avenue (Linden)

    Lennox Town Center (north Columbus)

 

More below:

http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/09/30/heres-where-cogo-may-go-in-suburban-expansion.html


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^ Yeah, I know its almost three months since this article about the CoGo bikeshare station expansion.

 

But I saved the map that went with the article.  So here it is:

 

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State grant funds awarded for a 276-foot-long bridge across the Olentangy River in Downtown.  The new bridge will connect the Olentangy Trail with Nationwide Boulevard and the Arena District.  The state awarded $485,000 for this project.  The total project cost is $1.9 million.

 

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2016/12/20/1-state-grant-to-help-connect-trails-build-park-in-columbus.html

 

This project was announced earlier this year.  This is one of the renderings from that announcement, which was originally posted in the Arena District development thread:  http://www.urbanohio.com/forum2/index.php/topic,3335.msg809910.html#msg809910

 

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Columbus to build $2M bike and pedestrian bridge connecting Arena District and Olentangy Trail

 

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The project, estimated to cost up to $2 million, would create a new pedestrian and bicycle bridge spanning across the Olentangy River to the western edge of West Nationwide Boulevard.

 

More below:

http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/04/05/columbus-to-build-2m-bike-pedestrian-bridge.html


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It is time again for MORPC’s semi-annual bicycle and pedestrian counts! As you may know, MORPC has been organizing manual bicycle and pedestrian counts twice a year at select locations since 2005 as part of an ongoing effort to better understand bicycling and walking trends in the region. This spring, MORPC will again be organizing counts. They are scheduled to take place on Wednesday, May 17th, and will occur from 7am to 9am and 11am to 1pm.  A map of the locations to be counted can be found at:https://tinyurl.com/lj2bugc.

 

If you are interested in helping out, please register online at https://tinyurl.com/lqslpg6 or reach out to me at btownley@morpc.org. Once registered you’ll receive a map for your specific location, as well as the forms and instructions to be used for the count. For more information on MORPC monitoring efforts, or to see data collected during previous counts, please visit https://tinyurl.com/lxv6tcc.  Thank you for your interest in this project. Your help is very much appreciated!

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Bike sharing company opening national customer service center in Columbus

 

A U.S. bike-sharing platform has chosen Columbus for its first nationwide customer service center.

 

Brooklyn, New York-based Motivate Co., the parent of CoGo Bike Share in Columbus and sister programs in several other U.S. cities, already has hired five employees for the office. It says its Columbus team will grow to at least 20 people year-round and could employ as many as 40 during peak bicycling season.

 

More below:

http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/06/23/bike-sharing-company-opening-national-customer.html


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The Latest on CoGo: Ridership Up, New Office Planned, New Stations To Be Announced

 

Ridership on the CoGo bike share system in the first half of 2017 is up about 28 percent compared to last year, according to the City of Columbus.

 

Brad Westall, Greenways Planner for the Recreation and Parks Department, said that the five stations that were added last year were all well-positioned to expand the network in areas where demand for the service was strong.

 

More below:

http://www.columbusunderground.com/the-latest-on-cogo-ridership-up-new-office-planned-new-stations-to-be-announced-bw1

 

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CoGo expansion: Upper Arlington continuing to reach for walkability

 

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Roughly 7 miles from downtown Columbus, a CoGo bike station planned for Tremont Road in Upper Arlington is undoubtedly an outlier in the growing bike sharing system.

 

Most of the system’s 45 local stations are concentrated in downtown Columbus and in pedestrian-friendly territories like the Short North and Ohio State University’s campus.

 

More below:

https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/08/01/cogo-expansion-upper-arlington-continuing-to-reach.html


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CoGo has yet to turn a profit, but the bike-share business says it’s turning the corner

 

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Columbus' growing bike sharing system is rolling toward profitability — it’s just not there yet.

 

CoGo's 46 bike-rental stations are operated by Brooklyn-based Motivate Co., and any profits that it earns are to be split evenly with the city of Columbus. It hasn’t yet cleared a profit, but it’s getting closer, and the system is expanding.

 

More below:

https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/08/10/cogo-has-yet-to-turn-a-profit-but-the-bike-share.html


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It is almost time for MORPC’s Fall 2017 volunteer bicycle and pedestrian counts! As you may know, MORPC has been organizing manual bicycle and pedestrian counts twice a year at select locations since 2005 as part of an ongoing effort to better understand bicycling and walking trends in the region. This September, MORPC will again be organizing counts. They are scheduled to take place on Wednesday, September 13th, and will occur from 7am to 9am and 11am to 1pm.  A map of the locations to be counted can be found at: https://tinyurl.com/y9zyjlfs.

 

If you are interested in helping out, please register online at https://tinyurl.com/y9abrhx5 or reach out to me at btownley@morpc.org. Once registered you’ll receive a map for your specific location, as well as the forms and instructions to be used for the count. For more information on MORPC monitoring efforts, or to see data collected during previous counts, please visit https://tinyurl.com/lxv6tcc. Thank you for your interest in this project. Your help is very much appreciated!

 

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CoGo expanding bikesharing network in city, suburbs

 

CoGo Bikeshare is expanding in 2018 as the bikesharing network that started in the core of Columbus stretches further into the Central Ohio region.

 

Columbus City Council approved a one-year contract extension on Monday with Motivate, the vendor that operates and maintains the bikeshare, as Columbus prepares to add 13 stations that will link the existing system to 13 new stations in Bexley, Grandview Heights and Upper Arlington.

 

The bikeshare will grow from 46 stations and 350 bikes to 72 stations and about 600 bikes ... with the new stations coming online by June or July.

 

MORE:  http://www.dispatch.com/news/20180124/cogo-expanding-bikesharing-network-in-city-suburbs

 


COGO EXPANSION MAP:  https://issuu.com/thecolumbusdispatch/docs/regionalism_-_2018_regional_expansi

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Bike Lanes Planned for Arcadia Avenue

 

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New bike lanes will be part of a planned redesign of East Arcadia Avenue in Old North Columbus. The reconfiguring of the street is planned to coincide with a resurfacing that will occur later this year.

 

For cyclists heading east, a new bike lane will be striped along the south side of the street, from North High Street to Indianola Avenue. The north side of the street will get a bike lane for part of that stretch, combined with sharrows (on-pavement markings that indicate a lane shared by cars and bikes).

 

More below:

http://www.columbusunderground.com/bike-lanes-planned-for-arcadia-ave


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