Benchmarking, Planning, and Promoting Transit- Oriented Intensification in Rapid Transit Station Areas: Project Key Indicators
This project was produced by MITL with support from the Government of Ontario's Places to Grow Implementation Fund
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This paper reviews trends in cycling levels, safety, and policies in Canada and the USA over the past two decades. We analyze aggregate data for the two countries as well as city-specific case study… Expand
It's a Safe Decision: Complete Streets in California. Washington DC: National Complete Streets Coalition
Prospect Park West Bicycle Path and Traffic Calming Update
- New York, NY: New York City Department of Transportation.
The effect of urban trees on the rental price of single-family homes in Portland, Oregon.
Abstract Few studies have estimated the effect of environmental amenities on the rental price of houses. We address this gap in the literature by quantifying the effect of urban trees on the rental… Expand
The Impact of Lowered Speed Limits in Urban/Metropolitan Areas
The majority of all traffic accidents occur in the urban environment, when there is a more complex traffic environment and a higher predominance of road users that are more susceptible to injury and… Expand
Design of Safe Urban Roadsides: An Empirical Analysis
To date, there has been little examination of the area of roadside safety on nonfreeway urban roads. To understand better the design of safe roadsides in urban environments, this study used negative… Expand
Built environments and mode choice: toward a normative framework
- Computer Science
This paper frames the study of mode choice in Montgomery County, Maryland around a normative model that weighs the influences of not only three core dimensions of built environments – density, diversity, and design – but factors related to generalized cost and socio-economic attributes of travelers as well. Expand
DISAPPEARING TRAFFIC? THE STORY SO FAR
Reallocating roadspace from general traffic, to improve conditions for pedestrians or cyclists or buses or on-street light rail or other high-occupancy vehicles, is often predicted to cause major… Expand
East Boulevard Resurfacing Project
- Charlotte Department of Transportation.
Evaluating Complete Streets: The Value of Designing Roads For Diverse Modes, Users and Activities
Complete streets refers to roads designed to accommodate diverse modes, users and activities including walking, cycling, public transit, automobile, nearby businesses and residents. Such street… Expand