General development plan for the National Capital region
United States. National Capital Planning Commission, John Tasker Howard, National Capital Regional Planning Council (U.S.)
The Commission, 1959 - Business & Economics - 34 pages
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accepted accessibility acreage acres alternative assumptions basic studies Capital Planning Commission Capital Regional Planning central central business district circulation system commercial employment core density development plan distribution of population District of Columbia economic activity economic base analysis element employment centers expansion facilities factors Fairfax Counties Federal employment figures full industrialization function highway important in-migration independent sectors jurisdictions kinds labor force land area land use maps land use plan levels of employment limitations map not available ment metropolitan area National Capital Planning National Capital Region NCR Projections open space outer pattern of land plan Map planning policies population distribution Potomac River present patterns preservation proposed range recreation regional park Regional Planning Council require resi residential development rural Seat of Government significant sprawl square miles standards suburban Supporting Sectors Table tion transportation survey trends urban development urban sprawl utilities Washington water supply work-places zoning policies