CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Fund for Our Economic Future today announced the first three winners in its $1 million Paradox Prize competition, a project aimed at helping workers to reach jobs in sprawling suburbs poorly connected to urban core neighborhoods by public transit.
The winning ventures, which will collectively receive $191,000, were judged the best of 53 applicants responding to the Fund’s call for entries in June.
Proposals came from six Northeast Ohio counties, and included concepts based on ride-sharing, bike-sharing, ride-hailing, multimodal transportation, and technology-based solutions.
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Written Steven Litt.
Originally published August 9, 2019.