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Transportation And Growth

Author : Robert T. Dunphy
ISBN : UVA:X002759022
Genre : Political Science
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Transportation And Growth

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ISBN : 0874207185
Genre : Traffic engineering
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Highway Economic Requirements System State Version Technical Guide

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ISBN : 9781428960923
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Public Private Partnership For Urban Rail Transit

Author : Joachim Schneider
ISBN : 9783322817082
Genre : Business & Economics
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Joachim Schneider investigates the following questions: Which forms of public private co-operation exist in the USA and the UK? Which are of particular interest from a German and European perspective? Which legal and organisational conditions as well as budgetary, subsidy and procurement-rules have contributed to positive or negative results?

Smart Growth

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ISBN : UOM:39015049629457
Genre : Social Science
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Realty And Building

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ISBN : NWU:35556026807750
Genre : Construction industry
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Interpreting The City

Author : Truman Asa Hartshorn
ISBN : UOM:39015025299010
Genre : Social Science
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The Second Edition has been rewritten to provide additional coverage of topics such as urban development and third world cities as well as social issues including homelessness, jobs/housing mismatch and transportation disadvantages. It has also been updated with 1990 Census data.

Urban Land

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924095739094
Genre : City planning
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Cities In Full

Author : Steve Belmont
ISBN : UOM:39015055450087
Genre : Social Science
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Three decades ago, urban America was troubled by escalating crime rates and a fleeing middle class, but conditions in many cities were enviable then compared to now. Some are so damaged that to restore them to their 1970 condition seems an insurmountable task, and true revitalization may seem unimaginable to those who control their fate. Yet, all is not lost. Cities in Full explores the great potential of the American city and outlines essential elements necessary for its revitalization. Steve Belmont embraces Jane Jacobs' much acclaimed prescription for urban vitality-high densities, mixed land uses, small blocks, and variously aged buildings. This book examines neighborhoods that adhere to precepts and those that do not and compares the results. He examines the destructive forces of decentralization and shows how and why they must be turned into forces of renewal. The author outlines an agenda for recentralizing commerce, housing, and transportation infrastructure and discusses how recentralization is affected by poor social and economic conditions. The author analyzes the deficiencies of current low-income housing policy and offers a strategy more favorable to cities and their metropolitan areas. Belmont exposes neighborhood political forces that sometimes thwart a city's best interests and offers an ambitious blueprint for renewal that includes creating middle and upper income housing at moderate and high densities; revitalizing neighborhood commercial streets with an urban spirit; building new centralized infrastructure; and transforming the public realm to attract the middle class. Exhaustively researched and well illustrated, this book is an invaluable resource for planners dedicated to reviving American cities.

Strategies And Tools To Implement Transportation Efficient Development

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ISBN : NWU:35556034580175
Genre : Land use
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This Reference Manual addresses land use and development practices that support and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of associated transportation systems. It references strategies and tools used to foster transportation-efficient land-use patterns (transportation-efficient development is defined as supporting the use of alternative transportation modes while reducing the need to drive alone). The manual documents state-of-the-art best practices at the national level, in addition to practices that are specific to Washington State and the Puget Sound region. The Manual is in two parts: regulatory strategies and tools and financial strategies and tools. The strategies (six regulatory and four financial) relate to the planning and policy-making environment shaping land use - those general approaches and related policies used to plan transportation-efficient land use and development. Each strategy in turn contains a number of tools, the specific mechanisms used to guide the implementation of the strategies. Detailed explanations of how the tools have functioned or can work are provided, along with examples of specific applications and case studies to illustrate the scope and extent of the tools' effectiveness.

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