Greater Cleveland Trails & Greenways Summit 2010

2012 Conference Proceedings

2012 Conference Program | 2010 Conference Proceedings

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Trails and Greenways, A Greater Cleveland Priority
Robert N. Brown, Director, Cleveland City Planning Commission

Tools for Driving Trail Progress – Data, GIS and Maps
Stephen Mather, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Manager, Cleveland Metroparks
Daniel Meaney, Geographic Information Systems Manager, Cuyahoga County Planning Commission
Marc Von Allmen, Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency

Blazing a Path to Sustainable and Healthy Communities Through Collaborations and Partnerships
Daniel M. Rice, President and Chief Executive Officer Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition Co-Executive Director, Ohio & Erie Canalway

Trails: Placemaking Tools
Jacob VanSickle, Bike Cleveland

Trails and Greenways and Placemaking
Bruce Rinker, Mayor of Mayfield Village

Why Trails & Greenways are Important to Developers: Introduction
George Cantor, AICP, Cleveland City Planning Commission

Trailside: Modern New Housing in the Heart of Historic Slavic Village
Marlane Weslian, Broadway-Slavic Village Development Corporation

Why Trails and Greenways are Important to Developers
Frank T. Sinito, Millennia Companies

Emerging Trends in Trails
Andrea Irland, National Park Service Rivers, Trails & Conservation Assistance

Trends and Challenges in Trail Design: ODOT & FHWA Perspective
John M. Motl, P.E. Ohio Department of Transportation, District 12 Modes Management Engineer

2012 Summit County Trail & Greenway Plan: Infusion of new ideas and energy to continue funding for trails and greenspace
Debby Rolland, Summit County Trail & Greenway Plan, Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition

Show Me the Money! Innovative, Dedicated Funding for Trails and Greenway Development and Operations
Tim Donovan, Ohio Canal Corridor, Ohio & Erie Canalway


Proceedings from the 2010 Conference - still available here.