Development of a Transportation and Land Use Public Policy Education Program for Iowa
Center for Transportation Research and Education, Iowa State University, 2000 - Land use - 64 pages
This literature review serves as a foundation for a transportation and land use public policy education program for Iowa. The objective of the review is to summarize relevant research findings, to review the state of practice and policies of other state and local governments, and to explore land use trends both within the state of Iowa and the nation as a whole. Much of what we learned has been incorporated into the course materials. Because we expect to identify more useful sources throughout the project, this literature review should be considered a work in progress.
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