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1 Integrating land use issues into transportation planning: scenario planning, bibliographyOver the past 15 years, land use-transportation scenario planning has become an increasingly common technique in regional and sub-regional planning processes. This study investigates the breadth of the technique and some of the themes that are emerging by reviewing 80 scenario planning projects from...Architecture; Transportation, Planning; Land use, Planning2005-09-24
2 Growth and change Florida style: 1970 to 2000In response to development patterns leading to what may be termed "urban sprawl," several local, regional, and state governments in the United States have embarked on growth management or urban containment strategies. These strategies typically aim to synchronize key public facilities with urban dev...2007-01-01
3 Mormon grid: Zion in the desertA history of the adaptation of Mormon grid and block development in central Salt Lake City.Salt Lake City; Mormon grid; City blocks2003
4 Urban morphology and urban designThere has recently been a flurry of discussion in this journal about the relationship between urban morphological research and practice (Hall, 2008; Samuels, 2008; Whitehand, 2007). As a practising architect and planner, I have frequently applied the concepts of typology and morphology in my desi...Urban morphology; Urban design2008
5 Distinguishing city and suburban movers: evidence from the American Housing SurveyA significant amount of research has concentrated on the process of urban decentralization. Resulting patterns of urban development have far-reaching effects on land use, transportation, regional fiscal structure, public services and facilities, economic development, and social equity. Because plann...Location; Mobility; Suburban; Urban2001
6 Walling in or walling out: gated communitiesIt has been four decades since the United States legally outlawed all forms of public discrimination - in housing, education, transportation, and accommodations. Yet today, we are seeing a new form of discrimination -- the gated, walled, private community. Americans are electing to live behind wall...2007
7 Social fairness and ecological integrity: strategy and action for a moral economyOn March 4th, 2011, 44 participants gathered at the Quaker Center at Ben Lomond, California, for a weekend workshop, ?Social Fairness and Ecological Integrity: Strategy and Action for a Moral Economy.? This workshop was organized to launch the second phase of the Moral Economy Project of Quaker Inst...2011
8 Environmental justice and transportation equity: a review of MPOsSurface transportation policies at the local, regional, state, and national levels have a direct impact on urban land use and development patterns. The types of transportation facilities and services in which public funds are invested provide varying levels of access to meet basic social and econom...Urban planning; Transportation; Metropolitan planning organizations2007
9 Transit access analysis of TANF recipients in Portland, OregonLittle evidence exists regarding the relationship between transit service availability and the ability of welfare recipients to find stable employment. While policymakers continue to assert that increased public transit mobility can positively affect employment status, there is little empirical evid...Public transportation; Portland (Or.); Temporary Assistance for Needy Families1999
10 Debunking the exurban myth: a comparison of suburban householdsAs American cities spill over their traditional boundaries into 'exurbia', the debate about whether this new growth is substantively different from what preceded is an important one. We disagree with the idea that the counterurbanization the United States is experiencing represents a dramatic bre...Demographics; Location; Suburban1999
11 New suburban politics: a county?based analysis of metropolitan voting trends since 2000This chapter looks at voting patterns in the American suburbs in the national elections of 2000, 2002, 2004, and 2006. Understanding these patterns is critical to understanding future elections, because the suburbs are now quasi urban and home to over half of the U.S. population.(1) Although it was ...Elections; Voting patterns; Urban politics2008
12 Problems of containment and the promise of planningWhen the expansion of cities is constrained either by natural barriers, such as New Orleans, or by policy efforts to limit urban sprawl, development pressures in hazardous areas can markedly increase. As floodplains, steep slopes, earthquake fault zones, and other hazardous locations are converted ...Disaster mitigation; Land use; Floodplains2006
13 landesman test.pdfRail-volution 2005, September 8-10, 2005. Salt Lake City, Utah. Workshop Summaries.Transportation; Community development; Public transportation2006-11-10
14 Urban containment and neighborhood quality in FloridaRapid suburbanization since World War II in America has created many of the challenges we face today. Roads intended to relieve congestion have become congested. Cookie-cutter subdivisions have replaced scenic landscapes. Once-vital downtown stores have been abandoned as shoppers transferred their a...2007
15 Integrated transportation scenario planning FHWA-HEP-10-0342010-05-04
16 Are planners prepared to address social justice and distributional equity?Planners have stated their commitment and responsibility to assure fairness in community and regional planning activities. Evidencing this is an abundance of literature on the theoretical perspectives of social justice and planning ideals. But is this stated concern for social justice and equity re...2001
17 Exurban and suburban residents: a departure from traditional location theoryDuring the 1990s, the exurban landscape grew faster and added more people than urban, suburban, and rural landscapes. In many respects, exurbanization is the quintessential representation of urban sprawl and the problems it poses. More than 100 metropolitan areas across the US attempt to manage exu...Household location; Exurbanization; Location theory1997
18 Effectiveness of urban containment regimes in reducing exurban sprawlDuring the 1990s, the exurban landscape grew faster and added more people than urban, suburban, and rural landscapes. In many respects, exurbanization is the quintessential representation of urban sprawl and the problems it poses. More than 100 metropolitan areas across the US attempt to manage exu...Exurban; Containment; Urban sprawl2005
19 Rail-volution: building livable communities with transitRail-volution 2005, September 8-10, 2005. Salt Lake City, Utah. Workshop Summary.Transportation; Community Development; Urban transportation; Public transportation2005-09
20 Residential location, transportation, and welfare-to-work in the United States: a case study of MilwaukeeThis article addresses two questions about spatial barriers to welfare-to-work transition in the United States. First, what residential and transportation adjustments do welfare recipients tend to make as they try to become economically self-sufficient? Second, do these adjustments actually incre...Employment issues; Neighborhood; Transportation2006
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