Chagrin/Lynnfield Intersection - Bike & Pedestrian improvements

Chagrin-Lynnfield Intersection Improvements

The City of Shaker Heights plans to install infrastructure improvements in fall 2020 at the Chagrin/Lynnfield intersection to make it easier for pedestrians and bicyclists to safely cross Chagrin Boulevard. The design process begins in late June with several opportunities for public feedback.

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Existing Conditions and Background

The intersection is located midway between Shaker Towne Centre at Lee Road and the Van Aken District at Warrensville Center Road. Lynnfield Road provides direct connections to RTA transit—the #14 bus along Chagrin Boulevard and the Blue Line rapid along Van Aken Boulevard.

The intersection is also located within a half-mile walk to many important neighborhood institutions, including Lomond Elementary School, St. Dominic School and Church, Shaker Family Center and St. Peter’s Lutheran Church.

The Chagrin/Lynnfield intersection is currently challenging for pedestrians and bicyclists due to the heavy volume of traffic through the intersection (approximately 15,000 cars per day) and a lack of adequate pedestrian infrastructure.

Neighborhood residents have requested changes at this location since the traffic signal was removed in 2005 as part of a Citywide signal project. State regulations at that time prioritized vehicles over pedestrians and bicyclists, to the detriment of the surrounding neighborhoods and their residents.

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Learn More and Provide Your Input

We want to hear what you have to say, but for the safety of residents, staff and consultants, all public meetings are virtual. You have three opportunities to participate in this project—please add these dates to your calendar and check back for updated materials.

Monday, June 29, 7-8 PM

#1: VIRTUAL PUBLIC MEETING — Project consultants will review project goals and present three options for improving the intersection in a live ZOOM meeting. You will have the opportunity to ask questions after the presentation. If you are not able to attend the live meeting, it will be recorded and uploaded to this webpage so you may view it at your convenience. This meeting can be attended via Zoom or through a conference call line. 

Thank you to those who attended and participated at our virtual public meeting. If you were unable to attend, you may view the meeting recording below. The Meeting Agenda and Presentation Slides are also available. 

Tuesday, June 30 - Monday, July 6

#2: ONLINE SURVEY — This survey will be available whenever and wherever you are, 24 hours a day, between June 30 and July 6. You will be able to view images of the three options presented at the June 29 meeting and answer a few questions to share your opinions about each.

The Online Survey is now closed. Thank you to all who submitted their input.

Monday, July 20 - Thursday, July 23

#3: VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE — Attend this open house at your convenience, 24 hours a day, between July 20 and July 23. Project consultants will present the preliminary plan for the intersection in a pre-recorded presentation. You will be able to view the presentation or download and print a copy of the plan, and provide any final comments via an online comment form.

Check back here on Monday, July 20 to access the Virtual Open house or sign up to receive emails about the project, including this event.

Please call 216-491-1433 or email Cameron Roberts if you are not able to access the website materials.