2 edition of Urban transportation planning in the United States found in the catalog.
Urban transportation planning in the United States
by Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy and International Affairs, U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Distributed in cooperation with Technology Sharing Program, U.S. Dept. of Transportation in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Edward Weiner.|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Transportation. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy and International Affairs., Technology Sharing Program (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||HE308 .W45 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||88603344|
Mintesnot G. Woldeamanuel is an associate professor of urban studies and planning at California State University Northridge (CSUN). He was an assistant professor in the Planning and Community Development Program of Saint Cloud State University, and a research fellow in the Transportation Research Institute of the German Aerospace Center (DLR). Regional transportation plans in the United States have been shaped not only by transportation policy but also by environmental and civil rights legislation, funding constraints, a shift in orientation from construction to systems management, and in many urban areas, growing housing problems and market and stakeholder interest in transit.
A chapter on United States planning discusses the continuing trends of urban dispersal and social polarisation, the treatment of climate change, the rise of edge cities and the decline of rustbelt cities, as well as initiatives in new urbanism, land use planning and transportation policies. Gary Toth, in Driving Climate Change, Evolving Transportation Approach to Solving Congestion. Transportation agencies in the United States have historically been reluctant to address transportation planning using strategies that influence land use. Most shared the belief that the love affair that exists in the United States between drivers and their automobiles would undermine any.
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Strengths and weaknesses of different modeling strategies are discussed in by: The development of U.S. urban transportation policy over the past half-century illustrates the changing relationships among federal, state, and local governments.
This comprehensive text examines the evolution of urban transportation planning from early developments in highway planning in the sBrand: Springer-Verlag New York.
Claiming that urban transportation planning is more sophisticated, costly, and complex than its highway and transit planning predecessors, the book demonstrates how urban transportation planning evolved in response to changes in such factors as the environment, energy, development patterns, intergovernmental coordination, and federal transit.
Claiming that urban transportation planning is more sophisticated, costly, and complex than its highway and transit planning predecessors, the book demonstrates how urban transportation planning evolved in response to changes in such factors as environment, energy, development patterns, intergovernmental coordination, and federal transit programs.
The book focuses in-depth at the most significant event in transportation planning--the Federal-Aid Highway Act of ; creating a federal mandate for a comprehensive urban transportation planning process carried out cooperatively by states and local governments with federal funding, this act was crucial in the spread of urban transportation.
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urban transportation planning process from its beginnings in early highway and transit planning to its current focus on intermodal connectivity, sustainable development, and broad participation in the planning process.
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The book can serve as an ideal textbook for both undergraduate and graduate courses in Urban Transportation Planning. It fills an appropriate and important niche by giving proper emphasis to what "actors" and activities can influence the quality of the planning /5(3).
The book offers an in-depth look at the most significant event in transportation planning--the Federal-Aid Highway Act of Creating a federal mandate for a comprehensive urban transportation planning process carried out cooperatively by states and local governments with federal funding, this act was crucial in the spread of urban.
Transportation planning in the United States is in the midst of a shift similar to that taking place in the United Kingdom, away from the single goal of moving vehicular traffic and towards an approach that takes into consideration the communities and lands through.
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