ULI Cincinnati: 18 Hour City Series - TOD: Next Steps

When

2022-11-10
2022-11-10T15:30:00 - 2022-11-10T17:00:00
America/New_York

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    Where

    Virtual Online Event Cincinnati, OH UNITED STATES
    ULI Cincinnati will use its 2022 18 Hour City Series' workshops to develop implementation outlines and next steps for best-in-class principles for smart, equitable, sustainable strategies supporting the creation of TOD policies that promote growth in the City of Cincinnati and the region.

    Pricing

    Standard Pricing Until November 10 Members Non-Members
    Private $15.00 $25.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $15.00 $25.00
    Retired $15.00 N/A
    Student $5.00 $10.00
    Under Age 35 $15.00 $25.00
    If you work for a ULI Cincinnati Annual Sponsor with eligible credits, please email cincinnati@uli.org to register.

    ULI Cincinnati has dedicated their 2022 18 Hour City Series to assist with the implementation of the recommendations that came out of the 2021 How Transit Oriented Development Can Build a Better Cincinnati TAP Report.  Through a series of panel discussions and interactive conversations, the organization will develop implementation outlines and next steps for the best-in-class principles that came from the Technical Assistance Panel assembled in 2021.  These will be used for smart, equitable, sustainable strategies supporting the creation of TOD policies that promote growth in the City of Cincinnati and the region.
     
    During this final session of the 18 Hour City Series, report champions, Pete Metz, Director of The Connected Region, Cincinnati Chamber USA and John Yung, Senior Project Executive, Urban Fast Forward, will update participants on the current status of the Report's recommendations with the City of Cincinnati, initiatives that have commenced since January and next steps for TOD in the region.
     
    WHEN
    Thursday, November 10, 2022 | 3:30-5:00 PM
     
    WHERE
    In-person at the Cincinnati Chamber Learning Center, 3 East 4th Street, Cincinnati 45202
     
    FEES
    $15 for members ($5 for students)
    $25 for non-members ($10 for students)
     
    For a copy of the 2021 How Transit Oriented Development Can Build a Better Cincinnati TAP Report, click here
     


    Speakers

    Speaker

    John Yung

    Senior Project Executive, Urban Fast Forward

    John Yung, A.I.C.P., is a certified planner with more than 13 years of working in community development, planning and zoning. John is a specialist in community and urban development planning. He focuses on revitalizing and enriching city centers and neighborhoods through a diverse array of planning strategies. John is skilled in land use code analysis, development plan review, and project implementation and he has expertise in engaging both community members and elected officials. His work has also included comprehensive planning, economic development, zoning code development, public speaking, community engagement and urban forestry. Mr. Yung is a regular contributor to the blog UrbanCincy.com and podcast. He has coordinated and hosted panel discussions on urban issues in partnership with the UC Niehoff Studio. He is also a member of the Over-the-Rhine Foundation Board, founding member of the Congress for New Urbanism Midwest Chapter and a published author.

    Speaker

    Pete Metz

    Director, The Connected Region, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber

    As the Director, The Connected Region for the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, Pete Metz oversees a coalition of business leaders advocating for expanded investment in transportation that connects people to jobs, education and healthcare and supports a talent rich workforce. The Chamber is focused on communicating the business case for expanded transportation, including investment in infrastructure projects, expanding access for public transit, and preparing our region for the future of transportation. In this role, Metz serves as a senior advisor to the Move Forward campaign to invest in transportation in Hamilton County. Metz also led the development of the Cincinnati Mobility Lab, a public-private partnership between transit authorities, government entities, and Uber. Metz also manages the Transportation Business Coalition, a consortium of senior business leaders engaged on developing and implementing a vision for our region’s transportation. Prior to joining the Chamber, Metz was the chief of staff to Cincinnati Vice Mayor David Mann where he worked on a wide range of issues, including housing, economic development, and transportation and is a veteran of both local and statewide political campaigns. Additionally, Metz spent time in Washington, DC, where he worked on federal transportation policy at Transportation for America. A native Cincinnatian, Metz studied political science, urban geography, and urban governance at The Ohio State University. He lives with his wife and daughter in Northside.