INDIANAPOLIS: The Indianapolis City:One Challenge seeks to improve mobility options in Indianapolis through co-creation and design at upcoming Community Working Session workshops. Mobility issues will be explored with residents, business and community groups to help identify mobility pain points throughout the city.   

There will be an opportunity to hear from a panel of residents who will share their personal experiences to help shape and design new mobility experiences. Participants are invited to work together to brainstorm and design mobility solutions that address the challenges of residents. The workshops will inform the City:One ChallengeTM proposal phase, and ultimately information shared will shape the best ideas that will have the chance to win up to $100K.

All are invited to participate in any and all sessions. Food and beverage will be provided.

Sessions will be facilitated by Sydney Johnson of Engaging Solutions and Alexa Borromeo of Ford City:OneTM

Workshops will last approximately 3 hours. 

– Wednesday, April 17th, 5:30-8:00pm  – CWS #1, John H. Boner Center, 2236 E 10th St
– Saturday, April 27th, 11:30am – 1:30pm – CWS #2, Riverside Park, 2420 E Riverside Dr
– Monday, April 29th, 5:30-8:00pm – CWS #3, CAFE (Community Alliance for the Far Eastside), 8902 East 38th St.
– Thursday, May 2nd, 5:30-8:00pm – CWS #4, Christamore House, 502 N Tremont

The Challenge is made possible by partners including funding support from the Central Indiana Community Foundation. 

Find out more about the Indianapolis City:One Challenge,  view the upcoming events calendar and submit an idea for a chance to win $100K at
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