Webinar: Transit-Oriented Development That Is Transforming Communities

Posted on: November 5th, 2012 by Kathy Nothstine

(http://www NULL.sustainablecommunities NULL.gov/studies NULL.html#FC9)On Thursday, November 15, 1:00 to 2:15 Eastern, join the city of Moline, IL, the city of Cincinnati, OH, and the HUD-DOT-EPA Partnership for Sustainable Communities for a discussion of transit-oriented development (TOD) projects in each city. Participants will learn about the innovative approaches Moline and Cincinnati have taken to achieve economic growth and revitalize neighborhoods, and support that is available from the HUD-DOT-EPA Partnership to communities interested in undertaking TOD.

Who should attend: Government officials, planners, developers, investors, nonprofits, and others interested in transit-oriented development.

  • Read about the city of Moline’s efforts to transform an old warehouse into the Moline Multimodal Station and the city of Cincinnati’s Streetcar Project in the 2012 Partnership for Sustainable Communities accomplishments report (http://www NULL.sustainablecommunities NULL.gov/pdf/partnership_accomplishments_report_508%20compliant_final_062112 NULL.pdf).
  • View a video about sustainability efforts in Moline at http://www.sustainablecommunitie (http://www NULL.sustainablecommunities NULL.gov/studies NULL.html#FC9)s.gov/studies.html#FC9 (http://www NULL.sustainablecommunities NULL.gov/studies NULL.html#FC9).
  • Learn more about the Partnership for Sustainable Communities (http://www NULL.sustainablecommunities NULL.gov/index NULL.html).

Webinar Details

Thursday, November 15, 2012, 1:00 to 2:15 Eastern

  • To join this webinar, click on https://epa.connectsolutions.com/epasmartgrowth (https://epa NULL.connectsolutions NULL.com/epasmartgrowth). Log in as a guest. No pre-registration is required.
  • Audio will be available through a conference service. Call 1-888-850-4523. Participant passcode: 719661. This conference has a maximum audio capacity of 299 callers. Please share phone lines if possible.
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