NPC17 Program: 2017 National Planning Conference
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The Vision Zero policy for reducing traffic deaths has spread around the world since its inception in Sweden in 1997. Can it help you achieve safe, sustainable, and complete streets in your community? Vision Zero experts will review best practices in street design and present case examples of innovative street solutions on Queens Boulevard in New York.
Communities are increasingly using corridor studies to learn how to balance traffic capacity, capture multimodal opportunities, and increase quality of life. Three cities—Saint Paul, Minn., El Dorado, AR., and Spartanburg, S.C.—will share approaches to planning processes that produced context-sensitive results.
Business meeting of the division.
Private Practice Division, Transportation Planning Division, Latinos and Planning Division, and California Chapter Joint Reception
Tempest Bar 407 8th Ave (between 30th St & 31st St) New York, NY 10001 (212) 643-1502 http://www.tempestbarnyc.com/