However, as long as the city's self imposed moratorium remains in place, all that awaits what could become an economic powerhouse is prolonged economic stagnation, failed promises from public servants and severe under-utilization
Mobility Plan projects in the Northside/urban core
Already blessed with a connected gridded street network, the majority of mobility plan projects for the urban core are transit, bicycle, and pedestrian based. In other words, the only missing elements are what make urban communities multimodal-friendly. Many of these projects are low-cost in nature and can stimulate change in a short period of time.
How to make it happen
To move forward, the mobility fee moratorium must be allowed to sunset this fall as opposed to being extended indefinitely into the future. The easiest way to build support for sunsetting the moratorium is to let your local council representative know that you are a resident who cares for the future of your neighborhood and that you are in favor of allowing the moratorium to end.
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Article by Ennis Davis
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