Transit Street Design Guide

Author: National Association of City Transportation Officials
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610917499
Size: 17.58 MB
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Drawing on the expertise of a peer network and case studies from across North America, the guide provides a much-needed link between transit planning, transportation engineering, and street design.

Urban Street Design Guide

Author: National Association of City Transportation Officials
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610915348
Size: 75.87 MB
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Unlike older, more conservative engineering manuals, this design guide emphasizes the core principle that urban streets are public places and have a larger role to play in communities than solely being conduits for traffic.

Global Street Design Guide

Author: National Association of City Transportation Officials
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610917014
Size: 15.49 MB
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The guide will broaden how to measure the success of urban streets to include: access, safety, mobility for all users, environmental quality, economic benefit, public health, and overall quality of life.

Urban Street Stormwater Guide

Author: National Association of City Transportation Officials
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610918126
Size: 59.80 MB
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The state-of-the-art solutions in this guide will assist urban planners and designers, transportation engineers, city officials, ecologists, public works officials, and others interested in the role of the built urban landscape in ...

Aashto Guide For Geometric Design Of Transit Facilities On Highways And Streets

Author: American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
ISBN: 9781560515227
Size: 16.43 MB
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This guide provides a comprehensive reference of current practice in the geometric design of transit facilities on streets and highways, including local buses, express buses, and bus rapid transit operating in mixed traffic, bus lanes, and ...

Accessing Transit

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Districts 1 and 7 transit facility standards and guidelines. Tampa, FL: Florida
Department of Transportation District 1 & 7. Chada, S., & Newland, R. (2002).
Effectiveness of bus signal priority. Tampa, FL; National Center for Transit
Research, Center for Urban Transportation Research, University of South Florida.
Fellows, R., & Fuhs, C.A. (2002). Geometric design for transit facilities on
highways and streets — phase I: Interim guide. Houston, TX; Parsons
Brinckerhoff. Federal Highway ...

Sustainable Transportation Planning

Author: Jeffrey Tumlin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118127625
Size: 74.59 MB
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Designing Walkable Urban Thoroughfares: A Context Sensitive Approach, An ITE
Recommended Practice. Jacobs, Allan. Great Streets. Cars Downs, Anthony. Still
Stuck in Traffic: Coping with Peak-Hour Traffic Congestion Vanderbilt, Tom.
Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do. Bicycles AASHTO, Guidelines for the
Development of Bicycle Facilities. CROW, Design Manual for Bicycle Traffic.
NACTO, Urban Bikeway Design Guide Transit AC Transit, “Designing with Transit
.” Cervero ...

Creating Livable Streets

Author: Street Design Work Team (Portland, Or.)
Size: 12.10 MB
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Appleyard, Donald, Livable Streets, UC Press, 1981. Burden, Dan, Street Design
Guidelines for Healthy Neighborhoods, Center for Livable Communities, 1999.
Calthorpe Associates, City of San Diego, Transit-Oriented Development Design
Guidelines, 1992. Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), Guidelines for Transit
Supportive Development, 1996. City of Phoenix, Street Classification System,
1987. City of Toronto Planning & Development, Ontario, Streetscape Manual,
1995. Engwicht ...

Roadside Design Guide

Publisher: AASHTO
ISBN: 1560515090
Size: 72.24 MB
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Typical conditions for these types of roads or streets include lower speeds, dense
abutting development, limited right-ofways, closely spaced intersections and
accesses to properties, higher traffic volumes, and the presence of special users,
including mass transit vehicles, delivery trucks, bicycles, and pedestrians. These
and other conditions influence the design and operation of highways in these
areas. Where curb is used, the lateral offset is measured from the face of the curb.