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Sandy Fry, Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator for the City of Hartford, spoke with us about the City’s work and advocacy of Complete Streets and Vision Zero, and how this contributes to a better region in 2035.
Patrick McMahon, President & CEO, sits down to talk about the assets of our town and village centers, as well as ways that we can continue to build them up and support them in the post-Covid world.
Amanda Roy and Dan Deutsch from the Greater Hartford Arts Council to discuss the arts sector’s role in the regional economy and the importance of pursuing an inclusive recovery. Drawing on the successes of recent projects, they see several avenues for greater engagement of artist’s talents.
Steady Habits: The plan to transform Hartford’s highways, riverfront and fortunes — Doug Suisman & John Dankosky discuss Hartford400 and the future of the region. PART I
Steady Habits: The plan to transform Hartford’s highways, riverfront and fortunes — Doug Suisman & John Dankosky discuss Hartford400 and the future of the region. PART II
60 years ago, the construction of I-84/I-91 cut #Hartford off from it’s riverfront and isolated North Hartford from the rest of the city. We need #Hartford400 and the #AmericanJobsPlan to recapture our Riverfront, reconnect these neighborhoods, and fix the mistakes of the past. pic.twitter.com/b5u5ZKtnU1— Rep. John Larson (@RepJohnLarson) May 10, 2021
Hartford 400 is an exciting plan for revitalizing the city & providing a regional turbocharge to the economy. Wonderful to join @MayorBronin, @RepJohnLarson , @TreasurerWooden, & Jay Williams to talk about this amazing project & advocate for federal funding. pic.twitter.com/PO0yuMXHfW— Richard Blumenthal (@SenBlumenthal) May 10, 2021
This is the vision for #Hartford when the city turns 400 in 2035 — healing the wounds cut by the highways and reconnecting our Capitol City to the CT River. #Hartford400 https://t.co/6Mjrs5qd3j— Luke Bronin (@MayorBronin) March 18, 2021