Lorrie Kaplan, Ashland Daily Tidings, Thursday March 11, 2021
Stop for a moment and think of a future Ashland that has been recognized as a leader in achieving climate goals with social equity at the forefront.
What do you see in this future?
One thing you probably see is a lot fewer cars on the road. It’s a city where you can live and work and rarely if ever use your own car. Ashland residents built this future over many years by recognizing that transportation is a top source of greenhouse gas emissions and that we could achieve our climate goals only if we transform how we move about the city and connect to our neighboring communities.