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Developer-planner interaction in transportation and land use sustainability

Author: Aseem Inam; Jonathan Levine; Richard Werbel; Mineta Transportation Institute.
Publisher: San Jose, CA : Mineta Transportation Institute, College of Business, San José State University, [©2002]
Series: MTI report, 01-21.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The study examines the demand for, as well as obstacles to, alternative development at the national as well as local scale. Alternative residential developments are those that are higher-density, compact and pedestrian-oriented, and/or consisting of mixed-land uses, especially as compared to the conventional, low-density, land-use-segregated, and automobile-oriented residential developments found in most American  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
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Inam, Aseem.
Developer-planner interaction in transportation and land use sustainability.
San Jose, CA : Mineta Transportation Institute, College of Business, San José State University, [©2002]
(OCoLC)961066387
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Aseem Inam; Jonathan Levine; Richard Werbel; Mineta Transportation Institute.
OCLC Number: 51540595
Description: ii, 112 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: Executive summary --
Introduction --
Literature review of existing research and major issues --
Survey results --
Successful developments: Case studies --
Unsuccessful developments: Case studies --
Conclusions --
Appendix A: Survey of experience with alternative development --
Bibliography.
Series Title: MTI report, 01-21.
Responsibility: Aseem Inam, Jonathan Levine, Richard Werbel.

Abstract:

The study examines the demand for, as well as obstacles to, alternative development at the national as well as local scale. Alternative residential developments are those that are higher-density, compact and pedestrian-oriented, and/or consisting of mixed-land uses, especially as compared to the conventional, low-density, land-use-segregated, and automobile-oriented residential developments found in most American suburbs. The authors conducted a national survey of developers and studies four recent alternative developments in suburban locations built in California and in Michigan.

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