RHI SIX MEASURES OF A SOCIABLE CITY

Over the past two decades, RHI's research from cities throughout the world, and in particular, more than 70 in North America, led to the primary indicators that facilitate a safe, vibrant and planned social experience.

These six measures serve as the basis of RHI programs including the Summit, Academy and Webinars as well as the structure for RHI Services. Scroll over the images to view some of the key indicators.

MOBILITY INDICATORS
MOBILITY INDICATORS
E-Hail | Safe Rides | Taxi Stands | Valet Parking | Transport Hubs | Parking Safety | Traffic Safety | DUI Prevention | Public Transit Hours | Street Closure | Pedestrian Safety
PUBLIC SAFETY INDICATORS
PUBLIC SAFETY INDICATORS
Licenses | Closing Time | Crowds | Officer Training | Ambassador | Safety Alliance | Business Mentor | CPTED | Crime Prevention | Early Assistance | Data Driven Strategy | Permits
PUBLIC SPACE INDICATORS
PUBLIC SPACE INDICATORS
Outdoor Dining | Public Markets | Vendors | Kiosks | Pedestrian Safety | Street Performers-Buskers | Food Trucks | Accessibility | Panhandling | Lighting
QUALITY OF LIFE INDICATORS
QUALITY OF LIFE INDICATORS
Sound Control | Trash Pick-up | Cigarette Litter | Public Restrooms | Public Civility | Resident Forum | Vandalism | Zoning Standards | Mediation | Agent of Change
VENUE SAFETY INDICATORS
VENUE SAFETY INDICATORS
Safety Plan | Server Training | Security Training | Nightlife Alliance | Customer Service | Age Identification | Patron Behavior | Sexual Assault | Extended Hours | Community Forums
ENTERTAINMENT INDICATORS
ENTERTAINMENT INDICATORS
Performance Venue | Dining Venue | Social Venue | Calendars | Craft Culture | DIY Events | Demographics | Talent Development and Retention | Economic Impact | Destination Marketing

 

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