2013

Urban Transportation Planning in the United States

History, Policy, and Practice

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-5406-9 (Print) 978-1-4614-5407-6 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xviii

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    Pages 1-5

    Introduction

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    Pages 7-17

    Early Highway Planning

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    Pages 19-30

    Roots of Urban Transportation Planning

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    Pages 31-38

    Launching the Interstate Highway Program

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    Pages 39-51

    Urban Transportation Planning Comes of Age

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    Pages 53-68

    Improving Intergovernmental Coordination

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    Pages 69-78

    Rising Concern for the Environment and Citizen Involvement

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    Pages 79-93

    Beginnings of Multimodal Urban Transportation Planning

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    Pages 95-115

    Transition to Short-Term Planning

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    Pages 117-135

    Emphasizing Urban Economic Revitalization

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    Pages 137-147

    Decentralization of Decision-Making

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    Pages 149-163

    Promoting Private Sector Participation

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    Pages 165-193

    The Need for Strategic Planning

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    Pages 195-216

    The Growth of Sustainable Development

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    Pages 217-244

    Expanding Participatory Democracy

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    Pages 245-278

    Moving Towards Performance-Based Planning

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    Pages 279-300

    Concern for Climate Change

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    Pages 301-322

    Era of Constrained Resources

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    Pages 323-327

    Concluding Remarks

  21. Back Matter

    Pages 329-368