Cleveland Heights Bicycle Crash Data

Lois Moss from Walk and Roll has been working with the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) and the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT)  on a bicycle safety initiative. Communities across the greater Cleveland area are candidates to receive funding from ODOT to help educate cyclists to help lower bike/car crashes.

Richard Wong, Cleveland Heights’ city planner, writes,

Mayfield Road is a problem from Coventry to Green: eleven crashes in about 3.4 miles. The only other places on the NOACA map that look as densely crashed from a quick first glance are Lakewood’s Detroit and Madison, Lorain Avenue in Cleveland, and Bagley from Berea to Middleburg Heights

The data is still a bit “raw,” but you can download the package and see a PDF maps of crashes across the Cleveland area, and review MS excel files with specifics.

Download the zip file here.
NOACA_Crash_maps+data.zip (2.4mb)

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