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100 1  Boenau, Andy.,|eauthor 
245 10 Emerging trends in transportation planning /|cAndy Boenau 
250    First edition 
264  1 New York, [New York] (222 East 46th Street, New York, NY 
       10017) :|bMomentum Press,|c2017 
300    1 online resource (98 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    computer|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Transportation engineering collection 
500    Includes index 
505 0  1. Streets are for people -- 2. Imagined infrastructure --
       3. Forecasting -- 4. Efficiency -- 5. Intersections -- 6. 
       Reimagined infrastructure -- 7. Open-source planning -- 8.
       Induced demand -- 9. Mobility options -- 10. Complete 
       networks -- 11. Traps to avoid -- 12. Goals to pursue -- 
       13. Tools to use -- 14. Understand politics -- 15. Embrace
       codes of ethics -- Author biography -- Index 
506 1  Restricted to libraries which purchase an unrestricted PDF
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520 3  Walking and bicycling are the basic forms of travel. But 
       modern methodologies for predicting future travel patterns,
       traffic congestion, parking demand, and funding priorities
       are based on assumptions that are incompatible with 
       walking and bicycling. Transportation professionals face a
       critical dilemma: either go with the flow by prioritizing 
       car traffic or protect human life even if it means 
       inconveniencing car traffic. This book explores emerging 
       trends, some of which cause vigorous debate because of the
       fundamental shift in transportation philosophy. The book 
       will inspire transportation professionals to challenge the
       status quo for the sake of the public's well-being. 
       Communities are eager for experts to embrace strategies 
       that protect human life, and experts are often framed as 
       out-of-touch for being slow to adapt to a community's 
       needs. There is hope. We transportation professionals have
       the tools and resources to improve public health and 
       safety, restore the freedom to choose travel modes, and 
       revitalize towns and cities. Our work has a profound 
       impact on everyday American life. Read this book down and 
       then take action. Be the 21st-century transportation 
       planner known for an unfaltering drive to restore life, 
       liberty, and the pursuit of happiness 
588    Title from PDF title page (viewed on September 14, 2016) 
650  0 Transportation|xPlanning 
653    active travel 
653    bicycle urbanism 
653    level of service 
653    livability 
653    placemaking 
653    traffic engineering 
653    transit 
653    transportation planning 
653    travel forecasting 
653    Vision Zero 
653    walkability 
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