Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Euclid applies for $25,000 grant to improve Euclid Avenue Corridor passenger shelter and waiting areas

The city of Euclid has applied for a $25,000 grant in hopes of using the funds to improve passenger shelter and waiting areas along Euclid Avenue.

The improvements, if the grant is awarded, are part of the downtown revitalization that city officials have been working toward.

The grant is offered by the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority for a Transit Waiting Environment Project, Mayor Bill Cervenik said.

Officials should know whether they have been awarded the funds within the next 60 to 90 days, Cervenik said.

At this time, it is not known where specifically the money would be implemented, or an exact time frame on when any construction would begin.

--Caitlin Fertal


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