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APA CD-ROM: Complete Streets

American Planning Association
CD-ROM, IL

Make room for pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit users on your auto-oriented roads. Learn how the complete streets movement provides safe and convenient user access and more choice in transportation modes, and how it has become a major tool for planning to improve communities. Through programs that rethink the physical design of streets, complete streets make cities and towns more livable and appealing to all residents. Learn how communities overcome resistance and how some communities have funded these programs.



Instructors:

Barbara McCann,

Christopher R. Conklin

Martha Roskowski

Randall Rutsch

Michael Sweeney


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