Better education, more diversity and less dependence upon cars seen as goals, challenges for Chattanooga's future [document]

The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce held a news conference at Memorial Auditorium's Walker Theatre to detail highlights and results of the Velocity 2040 study on February 7, 2019. Velocity 2040 is the new countywide planning process.
photo Futurist Rebecca Ryan discusses the possible benefits if the goals of Velocity 2040 are realized. The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce held a news conference at Memorial Auditorium's Walker Theatre to detail highlights and results of the Velocity 2040 study on February 7, 2019. Velocity 2040 is the new countywide planning process.

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For Hamilton County to be successful over the next two decades, students are going to have to learn in new ways, leadership will need to be more diverse and collaborative, and local residents shouldn't need a car to get around town by 2040.

Those are among the goals and challenges identified by one of the most comprehensive community planning initiatives in a generation in Chattanooga.

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