The transportation work of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber is laser-focused on ensuring our region builds and sustains a multi-modal regional transportation network that connects people to jobs and supports a talent-rich workforce.
The Chamber works to bring together business leaders, policy makers, and the public to articulate a shared community voice on transportation priorities that strengthen our region's competitiveness, facilitates economic development, and places us on the cutting edge of transportation innovation.
We are committed to making data-drive decisions that align public and private resources to the region's shared transportation vision.
The Chamber's transportation priorities focus on:
LEADERSHIP ON IMPORTANT MOBILITY ISSUES
A REGIONAL PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM THAT CONNECTS PEOPLE TO JOBS
- Lead the effort to bring decision makers together to identify funding plans that will lead to the construction of the Brent Spence Bridge, the Western Hills Viaduct and other major regional infrastructure projects that move people and goods efficiently within and through our region.
- Develop and lead a coalition of business leaders to advocate for investment in transportation as part of a broader community conversation.
- Engage the public and elected leaders on the importance of transportation to the growth and expansion of business in the region.
EMBRACING AND ENCOURAGING TRANSPORTATION INNOVATION
- Advocate for a regional, multi-modal transportation network that is reliable, affordable, and plentiful.
- Ensure that investments in public transportation unlock economic development opportunities.
- Support the continued expansion of intercity passenger rail that better connects Greater Cincinnati to the Midwest.
- Prepare the region for a changing landscape that includes autonomous vehicles, ride sharing, and other technological advances.
- Leverage the region’s business, academic, and entrepreneurial assets to serve as a leader on new, innovative transportation solutions.
To get involved or for more information, contact:
Pete Metz | Transportation & Policy Coalition Manager | firstname.lastname@example.org | 513.579.3167