Passive-Energy, Green RTA Rapid Station

W. 61st Street & Lawn Ave
Cleveland

Passive-Energy, Green RTA Rapid Station

Light Rail/Bus Rapid Transit

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The W. 65th-Lorain RTA Rapid Station was rebuilt in 2004 and designed to optimize passive solar energy. The site also contains recycled cement and rubber and features a green mural inside. The RTA station is unique to other Cleveland RTA Stations by the fact that it serves a walking/biking population of the Detroit Shoreway EcoVillage and has very few parking spots.

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