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Sierra Club Volunteer

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  • 1. Rail Opportunities
    Presented by Sam McKinley, Planner
  • 2. First Step
    Ohio Hub
    Governor’s Priority
    Need to have a plan for connections
    Oasis Line
    Looks to be the farthest along
  • 3. Active Rail Lines
  • 4. Abandoned Rail ROW
  • 5. Population Density
  • 6. Methodology
    Line choice
    Where would a good route be?
    Abandoned 1st, Active 2nd
    Analysis
    ROW Market Value, per Auditor
    Population w/in ½ Mile
    NBD w/in ¼ Mile
    Line Length
  • 7. Proposal
  • 8. Analysis
  • 9. Conclusions
    ROW cost for Wasson east of I-71 is only $887,000
    I-71 ROW expense is almost all due to Gilbert Ave. development
    Serves 7 Cincinnati NBDs
    Tri-County line also has low ROW costs
    After that, they’re pretty similar in ROW costs, and people & NBDs served
    Much more thorough analysis needed
    The devil is REALLY in the details