Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Party at Progressive Field for sustainable transportation Fri 9/17

GreenCityBlueLake has been a hub of an advocacy campaign to improve the look and function of the next Innerbelt Bridge in Cleveland.

Join them for a Free FIRST CLASS event for Ohio’s second class transportation citizens.

Progressive Field opens their doors for music, fun and celebration, Friday September 17th, from 5-9pm! Enter the Party at Progressive Field at Gate C on E. 9th Street. Discounts for food and drinks are available.

Music: Headliner Carlos Jones and friends (Cleveland reggae star and a voice of Cleveland music for decades), Ari Lesser Filmstrip, John Hanley Band and others.

Food and Drinks: Stadium concessions are available with food and drinks, with discounts available.

Information: Learn about activities in your area and what you can do to bring about safe “complete streets” and sustainable transportation. Join in and help shape our future!

“Complete Streets” are the result of affirmative planning by cities to design streets with all modes of transportation in mind. “Complete Streets” incorporate the needs of pedestrians, cyclists, public transportation, young and old in a comprehensive design plan, not a fix, retro-fit or after-thought. Northeast Ohio is moving ahead, embracing sustainability, “Complete Streets” and healthy transportation options. Join in the fun!

Special early events for the performers and patrons celebrating Yom Kippur! Please join in!

Free valet bike parking! Cyclists, ride your bicycles to the event, with valet bicycle parking to be provided by the Ohio City Bicycle Co-Op and ClevelandBikes. Helmets are strongly suggested, and bike lights will be available for purchase.

The event is sponsored by: ClevelandBikes; EarthDay Coalition; Greater Cleveland YMCA; Green City Blue Lake Institute; Ohio City Bicycle Co-Op, Walk and Roll Cleveland.

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