It's in My
Clintonville Neighborhood Greenways is a grassroots project initiated by residents of Clintonville for the
residents of Clintonville.
It Connects Me to
Clintonville Neighborhood Greenways connect to restaurants, shopping, schools, Whetstone Park,
the library, and much more.
Where I Want to Go
It's Safe for Me
Neighborhood Greenways make streets slower and quieter, improving safety for everyone and making our
neighborhood more livable.
and My Family
Phase 1 is Red (September 2018). Future expansion is Blue.
A network of streets for people
Clintonville Neighborhood Greenways are a network of streets where people biking and walking are given priority. These slower, quieter streets create safe routes to bike and walk around Clintonville without using High Street or Indianola. This encourages more people to bike and walk to work, to shop, to socialize, and to just have fun.
Neighborhood Greenways are designed to feel safe for people of all ages and abilities. They appeal to a large cross-section of people, sometimes referred to as the “bike curious”, who would bike and walk more if they felt safe on the roads.
Greenways benefit the whole neighborhood
- By creating a quieter, more pleasant street environment that improves safety for everyone.
- By building a stronger sense of community and neighborhood identity. With more people biking and walking, there are more opportunities for social encounters where neighbors and friends can meet and interact. These impromptu meetings make the neighborhood friendlier, safer and more pleasant for everyone.
- By encouraging increased patronage of local businesses. People biking and walking visit local businesses more frequently and spend more money over time than people driving.
- By raising property values. Studies show that greenways and bike trails increase home values. The National Association of Homebuilders and the National Association of Realtors report that greenways are one of the top amenities homebuyers want.
- By creating more "eyes on the street". More people and a slower street environment result in more awareness of neighborhood activities.
Greenways are a proven solution
Neighborhood Greenways are a proven solution to improve safety and mobility for people biking and walking. Cities with neighborhood greenways include Rochester NY, Minneapolis MN, Madison WI, Columbia MO, Wilmington NC, Gainesville FL, Tulsa OK, Tucson AZ, Albuquerque NM, Seattle WA, Berkeley CA, and Portland OR.
Want to learn more?
- Read about us in The Columbus Dispatch and Columbus Underground
- See the Phase 1 Route and Design.
- Read our Frequently Asked Questions.
- Get the latest news on our Updates page.
- Watch a Video of neighborhood greenways in Portland.
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Clintonville Neighborhood Greenways was started by 5 residents of Clintonville: Will Koehler, Alex Smith, Emily Monnig, Mike Anderson, and Brian Laliberte. We are inspired by a shared vision of a community bustling with people; a neighborhood where streets are shared safely by everyone, walking, biking, and driving.
If you have questions, or want to get involved, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org