Hope For the City series

Online registration for the 2016 Hope for the City series at the Old Stone Church on Public Square is now open. Seating is limited; early registration is suggested.

This year's series will focus on public transportation: Re-thinking transportation needs of the livable city goes beyond depending on highways to bring cars from thesuburbs to parking lots downtown. This series is one of the many events being held in association with the Sustainable Cleveland 2019 initiative, whose focal topic in 2016 is the Year of Sustainable Transportation. 


The programs run from noon - 1pm and include lunch. Speakers and lunches are by donation.

Speaker line-up for 2016: 
 
FEBRUARY 24 - JOSEPH CALABRESE
CEO/General Manager, Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA)
"Connecting the Dots"
 
MARCH 2 - DR. JARRETT WALKER
President, Jarrett Walker + Associates, Portland, Oregon and author of Human Transit: How Clearer Thinking about Public Transit Can Enrich Our Communities and Our Lives
"Abundant Access: Public Transit as an Instrument of Freedom"
 
MARCH 9 - DAVID JURCA
Assistant Professor of Urban Design at Kent State University and the
Associate Director of the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative (CUDC)
"Creative Constraints: Transforming Mobility Challenges into Assets"
 
MARCH 16 - GRACE GALLUCCI
Executive Director, Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA),
the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for Greater Cleveland
"Transportation Planning in a Changing Region"

 
Click here for more information on the speakers and to register.

Table sponsorships are available for interested organizations. Click here for more information.

We look forward to seeing you at Hope for the City!