Last Modified: 2011-06-01
-roundabouts and traffic circles
-raised pavement; speed humps
-curb extension and sidewalk widening
-trees in streets and new median islands
-share-it square (painting of intersections)
-turning it into a gathering place
Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT)
-according to Oldenburg, third places are important for civil society,democracy, civic engagement, and establishing feelings of a sense of place.
-funct in ways analogous to nature, strive toward local and regional self-sufficiency, strive to live within its ecological limits, facilitates more sustainable lifestyles, and emphasizes a high quality of neighborhood and community life
-No street lines or signs
Personal Rapid Transit (PRT)
Monacan Indian Nation
-many of our most important contemporary planning concepts find historical precedent
-basic demands, challenges, needs have not changed much
Uses principles of TOD 2 reallocate a projected pop growth in Washington County from standard sprawl,supports planned light rail&bus network extensions,land use planning can lower auto-dependence,increase mobility, improve air quality&create >affordable communities.
*Transit-Oriented Development (TOD)
whereby every input is also able to renew and sustain the living environment by recycling the outputs.
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