Mike Schipper, project director for the Euclid Corridor Project, discusses the aesthetic design of the Euclid Corridor Project, technology to help increase traffic flow, and working with local artists to develop the Integrated Art Program. Schipper also discusses the work being done for the Historic markers, work done with Cleveland State University, and the overall impact the Euclid Corridor Project is expected to have, both economically and aesthetically.
Schipper, Mike (interviewee)
Bell, Erin (interviewer)
"Mike Schipper interview, 16 October 2008" (2008). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 999078.
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