Session Four: MOBILITY in Green Development Thurs Sept 14 – 12:30pm to 2pm CST

Audience – City staff, elected leaders & commission volunteers guiding large-site & TOD developments. Agenda/Speakers

Session Focus – Creating walkable, complete neighborhoods with convenient mobility options to reduce driving

Agenda City Team Introductions 12:30pm 10 min

  • Each city team shares a redevelopment project they are working on and transportation/mobility issues seeking to solve.

Notes and Presentations

City teams shared current redevelopment projects & transportation issues they are working to solve. Hennepin Co, Ramsey Co., Bloomington, Burnsville, Duluth, Edina, Faribault, Fridley, Maple Grove, Minneapolis, Minnetonka, New Brighton, Northfield, Roseville, St. Paul, Vadnais Heights, Wayzata

 Using Flexible State & Federal Transportation $ for shared mobility, bike/ped, E.V.s

Sean Gosiewski, RCC, shared highlights from the 

NEW REPORT from SUMC/REAMP shared highlights from the NEW REPORT from SUMC/REAMP

Flexing Your Grants: Leveraging Federal Dollars for Clean Transportation Projects   

  Hennepin County TOD Planning Grants Ryan Kelley, Hennepin Co. TOD Office Due Oct 5, 2023 Hennepin Planning Grant Applications

Mobility at Towerside Richard Gilyard, FAIA, Towerside Innovation District

TRANSPORTATION, TRANSIT & PARKING A district-wide parking approach allows all users (vehicles) within a geographical area to utilize parking reservoirs. Metro Transit, in partnership with Towerside developed a district-wide parking framework for the 370-acre Towerside Innovation District

Met Council Funded Study on District Parking