Tracking Outcomes In The Corridor
Established in 2011, the Central Corridor Tracker annually measures progress toward making the Corridor a place of opportunity for all. The Tracker focuses on change within the region and specific indicators of change in four categories:
- Ensuring access to affordable housing
- Building a strong local economy
- Creating vibrant transit-oriented places
- Promoting effective coordination and collaboration
The Tracker evolves as new data become available. New measures added in a given year relate back to the 2011 baseline year, before construction began on the light rail line, but prior reports are not restated.
The Tracker summarizes a more detailed outcomes report compiled by Wilder Research. Starting with the 2013 edition, the Indicators Report supplements the corridor-wide view with breakouts of six major neighborhood segments of the Corridor. It also contains analysis and more detail on data and sources.
A number of long-serving nonprofit, government officials set to retire | St. Paul Pioneer Press, June 27, 2015
Work starts on luxury mixed-income apartment building along Green Line | Bring me the News, June 24, 2015
Ellen Stewart will be St. Paul's Open Space Planner for transit development | MinnPost, June 24, 2015
Green Line boosts job access | Minnesota Daily, June 24, 2015
Officials Break Ground on Development Along Green Line in St. Paul | KSTP-TV 5 ABC, June 23, 2015
Breaking ground: Mixed-income project on Green Line | Finance and Commerce, June 22, 2015