Revamping Site Design Specifications to Support Human-Scaled Transport Networks, in "State of Transportation Planning 2020, Moving People over Cars: Mobility for Healthy Communities"
|Abstract||The last half-century of urban transport planning is defined primarily by accommodating personal cars. This may be changing. New transport technologies and devices that are more human-scaled have developed, particularly over the past few years, and have fueled prospects to dislodge the primacy of cars. The efficacy of these newer and human-scaled vehicles, however, is bounded by the networks that are available—networks which are defined by the rights of way on which they travel (links) and destinations at the terminal location of a trip (nodes). Both are important. The overwhelming majority of planning efforts to better accommodate human scaled vehicles has focused on network links for these new modes. Less attention has been devoted to how... (more)|
|Contributor||King, David A. (Author) / Krizek, Kevin J. (Author) / School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning / American Planning Association: Transportation Planning Division (Publisher)|
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|Citation||King, David A. and Kevin J. Krizek. (2020) Revamping Site Design Specifications to Support Human-Scaled Transport Networks, in "State of Transportation Planning 2020, Moving People over Cars: Mobility for Healthy
Communities." American Planning Association Transportation Planning Division. Chicago.
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