Buidling a Healthy Corridor Grant
Nearly one year ago, The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Nashville received a grant from ULI through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Colorado Health Foundation to study a four-mile stretch of Charlotte Avenue from 1-40 to White Bridge Road. The grant is being used to work with community partners to seek ways the corridor can develop in ways that improves the health of people who live, work and travel there.
In August, nearly 90 community stakeholders met to help focus the grant work down to four key focus areas, within which ‘quick wins’ were identified in addition to longer term action steps.
This week, ULI and ULI Nashville hosts a National Study Team to add expertise from around the country to identify Implementation Actions, culminating in concise recommendations presented this Friday at OneC1ty.
ULI Nashville wants to recognize the ULI members on the ULI Nashville Grant Management Team, who have devoted hours of time, expertise and passion to elevate understanding and action on issues and opportunities of health in development:
Ryan Doyle, Committee Chair, OneC1TY
Dana Neal, Committee Vice-Chair, Skanska
Tracy Kane, Dodson Parker Behm & Capparell
Cyril Stewart, Cyril Stewart, LLC
Alan Thompson, Ragan-Smith & Associates
John Vick, Metro Public Health Department
Study blueprints a healthier, welcoming Charlotte Avenue, by Holly Fletcher, The Tennessean
Factory of Nashville planned on Charlotte Avenue, by Getahn Ward, The Tennessean
The Utility Poles Are Winning’ — Nashville Street Delivers Lessons On What Not To Do On Main Roads, by Tony Gonzalez, Nashville Public Radio