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The Connected Region: Transit’s Role in Economic Development

What:

The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s Agenda 360, Skyward in Northern Kentucky and the Cincinnati chapter of the Urban Land Institute invite you to The Connected Region: Transit’s Role in Economic Development.

The agenda for the morning includes:

  • The release of a transit-focused Regional Indicators Report that uses data to benchmark the Greater Cincinnati region against 11 peer regions.
  • A panel of local leaders discussing the role of transit in economic development and community vitality. 
  • A keynote from Gabe Klein, a national thought leader on transit. Listen to his recent NPR interview.

Gabe Klein formerly led city transportation departments in Chicago and Washington, DC and was a senior visiting fellow at the Urban Land Institute. Earlier in his career, Klein was vice president of Zipcar, the world’s largest car-sharing company. His book “Start-Up City” will be released in October 2015 and discusses how to affect big, directional change in cities, with a specific focus on transportation.

Attendees of the event will receive a copy of “Start-Up City.” Breakfast will be provided.

 

When:
11/10/2015
Where:
Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
3 E. 4th Street
Suite 200
Cincinnati, OH 45202-3728
Contact Info:
Customer Focus Center
(513) 579-3111

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7:30 AM  -  9:30 AM    The Connected Region: Transit’s Role in Economic Development
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