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Why We Build Incomplete Streets

  • Barbara McCann
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Abstract

The fundamental philosophy behind the Complete Streets movement can seem painfully obvious: roads should be safe for everyone traveling along them. But the history, political standing, habits, and orientation of the transportation industry in the United States have made it extraordinarily difficult for any policy movement to shift the way transportation projects are planned and built.

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Design Manual Transportation Industry Transportation Planning Green Book Road Project 
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© Barbara McCann 2013

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