As an example of a common objective, Cook said it is becoming increasingly important to insure there is coordinated ease and convenience of travel as central Indiana communities grow and develop.
“I expect that will be one of our earliest and highest priorities,” he said.
The council is also working with the Indiana division of the national Urban Land Institute (ULI). That group provides leadership in the responsible use of land to create and sustain thriving communities. The Indiana component has more than 150 members working in a variety of land use disciplines.