West 29th Street in Hingetown could close down to traffic, become more pedestrian-friendly

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CLEVELAND — Cleveland’s Planning Commission is considering ways to make West 29th Street in Hingetown in Ohio City more pedestrian-friendly through an open street concept.

Huang made it clear nothing is set in stone yet besides receiving a grant of $100,000 from Project for Public Spaces. “A lot of cities around the world also have permanently closed streets and converted them in much more into plaza spaces,” said Huang.


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