Rochester is buzzing with talk about new downtown development, new transit stations, high speed rail, and downtown circulators. But how do these pieces fit together? Cities across America are using transportation investments like these to transform themselves in a big way. And, if we play our cards right, we too can join the list of revitalized American cities.
On May 10, 2010, John Robert Smith — CEO of Reconnecting America and one of the people who helped spark this revolution — will be in Rochester to help give us some perspective. Come see how he and others are reconnecting America and find out how transportation can help shape a new Rochester.
This event is presented by the Rochester Regional Community Design Center. Get event details and ticket info…
Tags: John Robert Smith, lecture, Memorial Art Gallery, New York, Reconnecting America, Reshaping Rochester Lecture Series, Rochester, Rochester NY, Rochester Regional Community Design Center, RRCDC, transit, transit-oriented development, transportation
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