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Politics & Public Policy

2018 State of Downtown: Enhancing Mobility

Thursday, May 10, 2018
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

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Across the country, there is renewed interest from citizens to be near urban centers. American corporations, once regulated to vast suburban office parks, are moving back into cities, drawn by their energy, vibrancy, and diversity - all which are attractive to young talent who desire walkable communities, access to public transit, and a variety of entertainment options.

This new influx of people into metropolitan areas, including Cleveland, is putting stress on existing transportation systems as cities struggle to balance improvements of existing transit - public transportation, parking, bike lanes and racks, and safe, walkable sidewalks - with emerging, alternative transportation methods. What transportation methods and users should cities' prioritize? How are those decisions made? Can cities meet the needs of residents, businesses, and tourists alike?

Join us for a conversation with local and national leaders on the transportation issues facing Downtown Cleveland.

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