A network of interactive information stations throughout the city
Promoting accessible, dependable, friendly transportation ecosystem that people like to use
A collection of multipurpose meeting spaces to exist in every neighborhood and network around common goals - a neutral space that will have a regularly scheduled meeting each month. Movers and shakers (local politicians, board members, non-profits, etc) would be accessible to the community to answer questions, hear grievances and get to know each other.
The Shiny Red Bench is a series of identifiable branded interactive centers offering information delivered to the right place at the right time. Information covers things like arts, events, nightlife, history and more, in local neighborhoods.
One-stop shop for civic engagement with online clearinghouse of information on politicians/candidates
Have buses use neighborhood hubs so buses don't have to go downtown for short trips. Have Jerome Bettis be our spokesman.
Establish an organization to bring small businesses and organizations to web by using starter web pages. Establish a portal web site that automatically aggregates information from these new/existing web sites.
Public kiosk of information about public events, transportation, performance schedules, city maps, and interesting points, placed throughout the city