Urban Transportation Planning
Emphasizes the need for close coordination between transportation and land use planning, treats basic problems and policy issues of transportation, and describes the critical steps in the urban transportation planning process. Draws material from first-hand experience as assistant director of Chicago Area Transportation Study, and as director of the long-range planning program mounted by New York State for the six largest upstate metropolitan areas.
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THREE VIEWS OF THE CITY
Problems and Policy Issues
Characteristics and Location
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