On June 25th, Working In Neighborhoods hosted South Cumminsville’s Walkability Workshop. It’s purpose was to create next-steps to make the Beekman-Elmore Corridor more walkable, livable, healthy and welcoming, in addition to increasing economic opportunity in South Cumminsville. WIN was 1 of only 12 selected nationally by Project for Public Spaces to receive technical assistance led by the Walkable & Livable Communities Institute, funded by the US EPA. To see what’s happened since the workshop, read the Beekman St Corridor Initiative: Early Actions. For an overview of the project, read the WIN Beekman St Corridor Initiative 1PG Summary.
Read the Report: South Cumminsville–Built Environment: Opportunities for Change
For a high quality pdf version of the report, contact Rigel Behrens at rbehrens@wincincy.org
Check out the video!

To see more great photos from the workshop, click here.
VIDEO: WIN Walkability Workshop Closing Circle: “Aha! Moments” 
To read the news story posted on Building Cincinnati, click here.
To learn more about the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute, click here.