EVENT CANCELLED: Implementing GO TO 2040: A Plan for Chicagoland’s Future Part 1: We Have a Plan; Now What?
*** EVENT CANCELLED ***
Due to the anticipated blizzard and Youngstown Mayor Jay Williams’ cancelled flight, this roundtable has been cancelled.
The next event in the “GO TO 2040 Implementation” roundtable series is scheduled for Feb. 18. You may apply your fee to that event by registering online, or you may request a full refund by contacting Pam Lee at 312-863-6011 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED.
GO TO 2040 is the Chicago region’s first comprehensive regional plan since the 1909 Plan of Chicago. The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) launched it in the fall of 2010, after three and a half years in the making and informed by direct input from tens of thousands of residents from across the region. GO TO 2040 delivers a vision for and concrete action steps towards a brighter future.
The challenge now is implementing the plan – and CMAP can’t do it alone.
“Implementing GO TO 2040: A Plan for Chicagoland’s Future,” co-sponsored by CMAP and the Metropolitan Planning Council, is a four-part roundtable series exploring how — in an ever-expanding world economy — metropolitan roadmaps are essential guides to keeping our communities competitive. At this first roundtable in this series, we will:
- Provide an overview of the plan, CMAP’s current priorities, and momentum already underway towards implementation.
- Showcase regional efforts from other parts of the Midwest that are taking on similar comprehensive planning approaches beyond traditional land use and transportation.
- Share how Youngstown, Ohio, is sparking an economic resurgence through targeted investment and regional partnerships.
- Describe how Rockford, Ill., and Northwest Indiana are taking similar approaches to their regional planning and advancing on-the-ground implementation.
President, Metropolitan Planning Council
Executive Director, Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
Mayor Jay Williams
City of Youngstown, Ohio
Executive Director, Northwest Indiana Regional Planning Commission
The cost of the roundtable, which includes lunch, is $15 for MPC donors and $30 for all others. Seating is limited, so pre-registration is required.
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