After more than 20 years of total decline The Mill Creek Watershed borders on the verge of condemnation. In 2030 the City of Cincinnati resembles Detroit, while the outlying fourth ring suburbs fare comparatively well, though not unscathed. The significant decline in all facets of the regional urban structure share a reciprocal relationship. While some issues may share a tighter cause and effect relationship, they are all interconnected to the point that one weak link carries significant implications for the health and viability of the regions mechanical and social cells. This narrative suggests a plausible scenario for the economic, transportation, and environmental and social climate of the Mill Creek Watershed in the year 2030. Each category claims a subset of issues, all of which simultaneously unfold and collapse into one another.
Mill Creek Watershed Scenario Project Report
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