On June 25th, Working In Neighborhoods hosted South Cumminsville’s Walkability Workshop. It’s purpose was to create next-steps to make the Beekman-Elmore Corridor more walkable, livable, healthy and welcoming, in addition to increasing economic opportunity in South Cumminsville. WIN was 1 of only 12 selected nationally by Project for Public Spaces to receive technical assistance led by the Walkable & Livable Communities Institute, funded by the US EPA. To see what’s happened since the workshop, read the Beekman St Corridor Initiative: Early Actions. For an overview of the project, read the WIN Beekman St Corridor Initiative 1PG Summary.
Read the Report: South Cumminsville–Built Environment: Opportunities for Change
For a high quality pdf version of the report, contact Rigel Behrens at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the video!
To see more great photos from the workshop, click here.
To read the news story posted on Building Cincinnati, click here.
To learn more about the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute, click here.