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Introducing Gohio Commute!

May 19, 2017

Just Announced! NOACA, health, sustainability, planning and transit professionals today unveiled a new interactive trip planner which could change the way people in Northeast Ohio commute, reduce congestion, and improve the quality of our air.

This new tool, Gohio Commute is an exciting, interactive, mobile-friendly website that provides more transportation choices, helps save money, and helps each of us do our part for cleaner air.

"You simply open Gohio Commute on your computer or phone, enter your starting point and your destination, and see all your options for that trip: drive, walk, bike, transit, or carpool," said NOACA Executive Director Grace Gallucci. "With each option, Gohio Commute gives you detailed directions, and shows you the costs and benefits, in both dollars and emissions, so you can make smarter choices."

Log-on NOW at www.GohioCommute.com/noaca. For more info on today's announcement, click here.

Contact:
NOACA Communications Office
1299 Superior Avenue | 216.241.2414
Email: noaca@mpo.noaca.org
Website: www.noaca.org

Highmark Health Names Dr. Tony Farah the New EVP

May 11, 2017

This exciting article is by Paul J. Gough ,Digital Producer of the Pittsburgh Business Times.

It is with great pride that I welcome Dr. Farah to our leadership team, as he has proven to be invaluable in accelerating Allegheny Health Network’s and Highmark Health’s collective efforts to reinvent the health care model and support long-term enterprise growth..."

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The New West 25th Street Hulett Hotel Project to Begin in 2018

May 4, 2017

The Plain Dealer reporter, Michelle Jarboe examines the excitment about Cleveland Hostel owner Mark Raymond, plans to renovate vacate a brick building into a boutique hotel in Ohio City.

Both creative and risky, the Hulett project would introduce a new type of lodging to a neighborhood seeing a surge of investment. Apartment developers and homebuyers have been flocking to Ohio City..."

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