Two Centuries of Jacksonville: Movement and Migration
On November 15, 2022, the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, Ennis Davis of The Jaxson and the First Coast Section of the American Planning Association present Two Centuries of Jacksonville: Transportation - Movement and Migration
The proposed First Coast Expressway river crossing in Green Cove Springs.
There is a reason that Jacksonville is known as the Gateway City. Since the founding of the city, transportation has shaped Jacksonville, our neighborhoods, our economy and our mobility. Join us to explore how past impacts present, and what’s in store for our future. This conversation is a production of the Jessie Ball duPont Fund and The Jaxson Magazine. Launched by Modern Cities in association with WJCT Public Broadcasting, The Jaxson is a multimedia project dedicated to urbanism and culture on Florida’s First Coast. In addition, this free virtual event is being sponsored by the First Coast Section of the American Planning Association.
The Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center at LaVilla (Ennis Davis, AICP)
Jessie Ball duPont Fund
Ennis Davis, Co-founder of The Jaxson Magazine
Cantrece Jones of Acuity Design Group
Andrew Pantazi of The Tributary
November 15, 2022 12:00 P.M. to 1:30 P.M. in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
An Amtrak auto train passes the Palatka train station. (Ennis Davis, AICP)