The Lincoln Project is a public-private partnership that provides health care, education and technology to help build a community that provides opportunities for people of all ages, and also creates jobs.
For nearly three decades, the Lincoln Project has offered the public and private sectors an affordable way to improve the health and lives of people in low-income communities.
But over the past few years, the public has begun to realize that it does not have to pay for everything in Lincoln.
So in order to help bring back Lincoln’s success, the project and the city of Lincoln, Neb., are partnering with the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the University of Nebraska at Lincoln to launch a series of new Lincoln projects.
In the past year, the city and Lincoln have created the Lincoln Urban Transportation Project, which is a pilot program that will run from Lincoln to downtown Omaha, and the Lincoln Business Alliance has launched a pilot project called Lincoln City, which will help businesses in Lincoln connect to customers.
This year, we will expand Lincoln’s Lincoln Urban Transit Project, a partnership that will help connect Lincoln with key businesses.
In addition, we are launching a new program, Lincoln City II, to provide the city with the resources to create a vibrant community that is a part of the fabric of Lincoln.
In order to build Lincoln’s reputation as a thriving and vibrant city, the City Council is asking for support to bring more projects to life and to make Lincoln a stronger city by providing more funds to support local businesses and to help create a community of economic development.
We also are encouraging the public to take the first steps toward the community they want to live in by participating in the new Lincoln City initiative.
The Lincoln Urban Transition Fund has been created by the Lincoln City partnership to help fund the Lincoln Transit Project and Lincoln Business Improvement District.
The project is the result of years of hard work and will make a big difference in Lincoln’s economy.
This initiative will provide funds for projects that will bring jobs, opportunity and economic growth to a small town that is known for its diverse population.
Lincoln is the only U.S. city in which people with disabilities are excluded from the public transportation system, so we are thrilled to have the opportunity to build the transit system and bring people who need transportation to work and play.
We are committed to a future in which every child has access to the best public transportation and school options, and we hope that we can use the funds to bring about that goal.
This partnership will provide a foundation for future investments that will lead to a brighter, healthier, more resilient, more equitable, and more inclusive future.
This effort is being led by the Mayor of Lincoln and is being supported by the Federal Transit Administration, the University’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, and a variety of Lincoln businesses.
Thank you to the City of Lincoln for this opportunity to work with the community and to work together to create new jobs and opportunities.
For more information about Lincoln’s initiatives, visit: www.lincolntrust.org/lincoln/projects.html or call (402) 621-5545.