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Transportation, Land Use, and Environmental Planning

  • ID: 4519457
  • Book
  • October 2019
  • Region: Global
  • 652 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Transportation, Land Use, and Environmental Planning examines the practices and policies linking transportation, land use and environmental planning needed to achieve a healthy environment, thriving economy, and more equitable and inclusive society. It assesses best practices for improving the performance of city and regional transportation systems, looking at such issues as public transit and non-motorized travel investments, mixed use and higher density urban development, radically transformed vehicles, and transportation systems. The book lays out the growing need for greater integration of transportation, land use, and environmental planning, looking closely at changing demographic needs, public health concerns, housing affordability, equity, and livability.

In addition, strategies for achieving these desired outcomes are presented, including urban design and land use planning, regional and corridor-level transit plans, bike and pedestrian improvements, demand management strategies, and emerging technologies and services. The final part of the book examines implementation challenges, considering lessons from the US and around the globe at both local and regional levels.

  • Introduces never-before-published research
  • Offers best practices for transit, cycling, urban design and housing provision
  • Assesses emerging developments, such as smart cities, new vehicle technologies, automated highways and transportation sharing
  • Examines the institutional and political dimensions of sustainability planning at the urban and regional levels
  • Utilizes case studies from around the world that show alternative ways forward

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PART I

MOTIVATIONS

1. The changing nature of work and time use: implications for travel demand

2. Integrating health into metropolitan transportation planning

3. Transportation and land use as social determinants of health: the case of arterial roads

4. Transit-oriented displacement: the role of transit access in the housing market

PART II

STRATEGIES

5. Urban design for sustainable and livable communities: the case of Vancouver

6. Measuring land use performance: from policy to plan to outcome

7. The transit metropolis: a 21st century perspective

8. Livability as a framework for understanding and guiding transportation and land use integration

9. Making US cities pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly

10. Parking: not as bad as you think, worse than you realize

11. Traf? c management strategies for urban networks: smart city mobility technologies

12. Vehicle technologies for achieving near and longer term fuel economy and climate goals

13. Sharing strategies: carsharing, shared micromobility (bikesharing and scooter sharing), transportation network companies, microtransit, and other innovative mobility modes

14. The role of behavioral economics and social nudges in sustainable travel behavior

Part III

BROADENING THE SCOPE

15. Energy sources for sustainable transportation and urban development

16. Balancing education opportunities with sustainable travel and development

17. Planners' presence in planning for water quality and availability

PART IV

IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES: THE CASE OF CALIFORNIA

18. Integrated transport and land use planning aiming to reduce GHG emissions: International comparisons

19. De? ning TOD: learning from California law

20. Sustainability planning by Metropolitan Planning Organizations: California and national trends

21. The role of county-level agencies in coordinating local climate planning in California

22. California's SB 375 and the pursuit of sustainable and affordable development

23. Citizen mobilization in digital and analog: when regional planning lands in Marin County, California, is it a carrot or a stick painted orange?

PART V

CONCLUSIONS

24. The role of modern research universities in advancing innovative transportation infrastructure renewal

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Deakin, Elizabeth
Professor Emerita of City and Regional Planning and Urban Design at the University of California-Berkeley, has taught and researched transportation, land use and environmental planning for three decades. She is co-editor of High Speed Rail and Sustainability (Routledge, 2017), and author of 300 journal articles, book chapters, and research reports. She advises city, state, and national governments on transportation, urban development, and environmental issues, and has served as an appointed official for state and local government.
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