Implementing Transportation-efficient Development: A Local Overview : Phase 1 of Integrating Land Use and Transportation Investment Decision-making
Washington State Department of Transportation, 2002 - Land use - 76 pages
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19 study areas accessory dwelling units addressed affordable housing Allow accessory Applicable Projects Areas with Element bike lanes block size building entry building orientation CD SFR City Commercial A Multifamily commercial zones Compact Development CONN MFR Connectivity category Curb cuts design review process development CD development regulations downtown Bellevue Element Land facades Findings by Transportation-Efficient Floor area ratio impact fees implementing transportation-efficient development incentives jurisdictions King County Kirkland Land Use Type land-use mandatory regulations MFR SFR mixed-use development mixed-use projects Multifamily Residential Number of Study on-site pedestrian circulation Parking Location parking ratios Parking Supply PED ENV pedestrian barriers Pedestrian Connectivity PKG MFR programs projects evaluated redevelopment Redmond regulatory survey Renton Residential 0 Mixed-Use rideshare parking Seattle setbacks SFR n/a shared parking shown in Table sidewalks Single Family Residential single-family zones South Lake Union street width suburban survey of development transportation Transportation-Efficient Category transportation-efficient land travel behavior urban weather shelter