Hamilton County Transportation Policy Plan

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From the final public hearing draft of the Hamilton County Transportation Policy Plan:

Transportation construction and enhancement can no longer focus solely on capacity building for automobiles…

Hamilton County aspires to implement an efficient and seamless multi-modal transportation network that connects residents, visitors, and workers to businesses, neighborhoods, and regional amenities, and must support the efficient movement of goods. Well thought-out transportation and infrastructure investment decisions create dynamic cities and neighborhoods that are a catalyst for regional success. Energy conservation, mixed uses, higher densities, walkable communities, and reducing the impact of transportation on climate change create livable environments that attract residents of all ages while promoting economic growth and the creation of good jobs for the citizens of Hamilton County…

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Hamilton County aspires to implement an efficient and seamless multi-modal transportation
network that connects residents, visitors, and workers to businesses, neighborhoods, and
regional amenities, and must support the efficient movement of goods. Well thought-out
transportation and infrastructure investment decisions create dynamic cities and
neighborhoods that are a catalyst for regional success. Energy conservation, mixed uses, higher
densities, walkable communities, and reducing the impact of transportation on climate change
create livable environments that attract residents of all ages while promoting economic growth
and the creation of good jobs for the citizens of Hamilton County.Hamilton County aspires to implement an efficient and seamless multi-modal transportation network that connects residents, visitors, and workers to businesses, neighborhoods, and regional amenities, and must support the efficient movement of goods. Well thought-out transportation and infrastructure investment decisions create dynamic cities and neighborhoods that are a catalyst for regional success. Energy conservation, mixed uses, higher densities, walkable communities, and reducing the impact of transportation on climate change create livable environments that attract residents of all ages while promoting economic growth and the creation of good jobs for the citizens of Hamilton County.

6 thoughts on “Hamilton County Transportation Policy Plan

    Ben said:
    December 30, 2009 at 9:58 am

    Uh, am I alone in thinking that this Policy Plan says a whole lot of nothing? In my experience when government agencies write really vague policy plans they never really get implemented correctly or at all.

    Jake said:
    December 30, 2009 at 10:59 am

    Ben, I agree.
    I will believe this when I see it. There’s a whole lot of useless rhetoric right here. I like the fact that it’s at least on their minds but still, this doesn’t mean much until they start doing something with it.

    5chw4r7z said:
    December 30, 2009 at 11:46 am

    Hey at least they’re “aspiring” thats something isn’t it?
    Probably won’t mean much when the CAVEmen put up a ballot intiative to block any rail through the county though.

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