ULI Cincinnati: 18 Hour City Series - TOD: Intergovernmental Partnerships and Relationships

When

2022-07-14
2022-07-14T15:30:00 - 2022-07-14T17:00:00
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 July 14 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 fourth session, participants will explore the intergovernmental partnerships and relationships.  The City of Cincinnati and SORTA are natural partners on transportation issues and the report explained why each should pursue a more significant relationship in collaboration on street infrastructure within the City.  Several examples from the region and outside the region will be reviewed.  One such example is as the City is seeking implementation of on-street bicycle infrastructure or other Vision Zero enhancements, transit agency planners should be key participants in contributing to city engineering decisions. Other opportunities include focusing City departments on development review, specifically development along transit routes.  All of these ideas and more will be explored and shared.
     
    WHEN
    Thursday, July 14, 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