How A Historic Neighborhood Has Adopted Modern Transit: Roads, Rails, & Rides
This week on Roads, Rails, & Rides host Jeb Morris sits down with Jeremy Scott, the President of the West End Association, to discuss how the oldest neighborhood in Dallas utilizes every mode of transportation.
The West End section of Dallas, TX is well over a hundred years with rustic brick buildings having been updated to be a fit for a modern work, play, live area. But the older infrastructure creates challenges: parking is very limited, the light rail train track is a vital part of connecting other parts of the city with this neighborhood, Mobility-as-a-Service options such as scooters creates opportunities but also threatens to block store fronts.
To hear more of Jeremy Scott’s initiatives on working with the city as well as special interest groups to invest in transportation options that will help to move people both within and out of the cit and how to analyze the “butterfly effect” when creating a new route for city transportation be sure to tune in to this episode of MarketScale’s Roads, Rails & Rides.
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