CUTR Webcast Recording: Planning for Changing Travel Behavior

August 25, 2011 The complexity of transportation decision making results from applying holistic thinking to transportation planning. Environment, health, safety, mobility, accessibility, equity, climate change, employment, economic competitiveness, image, land use, and choice are all factors at play in transportation planning. The contentiousness of transportation decision making derives from these often being partisan issues While…

Managing Corridor Development

The challenge of managing corridor development lies in the dynamic interaction between transportation and land use. The land use plan used to predict transportation needs inevitably changes as new highways stimulate real estate speculation, rezoning, and growth. At the same time, competing demands on the corridor may damage long term transportation and development objectives. New…