Urban Transportation Planning in the United States

Urban Transportation Planning in the United States

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Describes the evolution of American urban transportation planning from its formative years in the 1920s and 30s, through the 1962 Federal-Aid Highway Act and 1973 Arab oil embargo, and finally to mid-1998 and future trends. Although focusing on key events in planning, including developments in techn... such as higher parking fees and reduced parking supply; and, work hours management, such as flexible work hours and ... trained coordinator and, in some instances, achieve a specified level of trip reduction with fines and penalties for violations. ... It believed that governments at all levels should not provide services that the private sector was willing and able to ... Consequently, the DOT sought to remove the barriers to greater involvement of the private sector in the provision of anbsp;...

Title:Urban Transportation Planning in the United States
Author: Edward Weiner
Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group - 1999-01-01

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