Register now for this important forum, happening on Wednesday, June 4th from 4:00pm - 7pm at the Idea Center at Playhouse Square. For more information about NOACA's engagement initiative, click here

Every year, NOACA allocates almost $50 million of funding to transportation and environmental planning projects in NEO. In partnership with Civic Commons ideastream, NOACA wants to hear from YOU about its strategic objectives and priorities. 

At this forum, you'll have the chance to interact with some of the region's top leaders and foremost experts on transportation and environmental planning. In a unique "salon" style format, you'll be in discussions about how to preserve existing infrastructure, how to create greater regional cohesion and how to develop a multimodal transportation system. 

Everyone's input throughout the forum will be collected and incorporated, in aggregate, into NOACA's strategic plan. It's your chance to guide the future of the region's transportation and environmental planning. 

Confirmed Leaders/Experts 

Grace Gallucci, Executive Director, NOACA

Joe Calabrese, CEO and General Manager, Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) 

Chris Easton, Service Director, City of Wadsworth 

Leslie Farley, ODOT District 3 Planning Engineer 

Ned Hill, Dean, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University

Ray Jurkowski, Laketran General Manager

Hunter Morrison, Director, Northeast Ohio Sustainabile Communities Consortium

Bonnie Teeuwen, Cuyahoga County Public Works Director

Jacob VanSickle, Executive Director, Bike Cleveland  

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