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Leveraging Freight and Transit Assets for Sustainability
Date: Tuesday, April 16
Time: 9:00AM - 10:15AM
Collaboration across jurisdictional boundaries can facilitate complex redevelopment that no single city or agency could possibly accomplish on its own. This session examines the Chicago Southland Green Transit, Intermodal, Manufacturing, and Environment (TIME) Zone, a promising 42-city redevelopment initiative that emphasizes cargo-oriented development (COD) and transit-oriented development (TOD) strategies. How have project organizers implemented these strategies and what barriers have they had to overcome in doing so? Find out.
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Principal Business Analyst
Center For Neighborhood TechnologySee this speaker's bio
Director of Economic Development
Chicago Southland Economic Devel. Corp.See this speaker's bio
Jill M. Lemke
Division Chief, Research & Strategic Planning
City of BaltimoreSee this speaker's bio
Robert M. Kerns Jr., AICP
Wallace Roberts & Todd, LLC