Accessibility: Biking and Walking in and around Duck Island

Redline Greenway

A collection of resources, discussing how Duck Island residents will benefit from efforts to make Cleveland more accessible for pedestrians and bikers.

October 2017: Cleveland Metroparks completes funding for Redline Greenway with 500K grant

August 2017: Irishtown Bend plans  weave together active recreational and community-oriented activities with calmer and more pastoral areas

April 2017:Towpath Trail Stage 3 will run 1.9 miles from the Northern entrance of Steelyard Commons to Literary Ave.

July 2015–Most recent updates on the Towpath Trail 

Areas around Duck Island are leading the way to more walkable urban neighborhoods in Cleveland

Towpath Trail Dedication to be held July 7, 2014:  Watch the video and hear project updates

 Five bike projects Clevelanders should watch in 2014

Update on the Scranton Flats Overview Project that will eventually connect the Towpath to downtown

A new bike-friendly plan for Lorain Avenue

City of Cleveland Bikeway Master Plan Explore the city’s plans for making the City of Cleveland a bicycle-friendly community.

Stage 4 Towpath Bike Trail  Stage Four Map of Towpath Connections to Downtown Cleveland

Rails to Trails Fall 2013:  Read about the Ohio & Erie Canalway Towpath Trail.   Development is happening in Duck Island and throughout the city in anticipation of the route’s completion  in downtown Cleveland.

 A video about Rotary Club of Cleveland’s Rapid Recovery Project

The Rotary Club’s proposed Red Line Greenway could become Cleveland’s version of the New York High Line