Picture this: You are boarding the Rapid for your daily commute. You settle in, pop on your headphones, shuffle through your playlist, and begin scanning your email. The train pulls into the Onaway Road station and 90 third graders board your train.
Shaker Square, Larchmere, the Van Aken District, downtown Cleveland, and beyond ... all a quick Rapid ride away.
Learn how to ride the Rapid in Shaker Heights.
The light-rail Rapid is emerging, once again, as a key component in Shaker’s livability, as livability is defined in 21st-century terms.
“There’s more of a sense of community in Shaker than other places. A lot of people around here like to shop local.”
“We believe very strongly in finding ways to bring people together,” says Shaker Heights Recreation Director Alex Nichols.
Thirteen years after opening on Chagrin Boulevard near Warrensville Center Road, Club Fit, like those who work out there, is still going strong.
The Little Gym may be an international franchise, but the Shaker Heights location is just that: a Shaker institution focused on the children of the city.
The new Van Aken District represents more than just another business opportunity for GrooveRyde owners Zosimo and Anjua Maximo. It’s a chance for them to give back to their hometown.
The large indoor climbing complex called Shaker Rocks will soon be a destination for climbers of every stripe all over Ohio and beyond.