Urban Planning


Published: 05/30/2024

Project Term: 2016

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Accessibility-Based Evaluation of Transportation and Land-Use Planning: From Laboratory to Practice

A shift from mobility- to accessibility based planning in the evaluative models and metrics is compelled by transportation theory, and could alter important aspects of both transportation and land-use planning. Overcoming the impediments to the shift can be assisted by altering evaluation requirements by funding agencies and professional organizations, building coalitions across municipal and metropolitan-level interests, and effectively communicating accessibility concepts.

Accessibility Evaluation from Laboratory to Practice. NEXTRANS, Region V University Transportation Center. United States Department of Transportation.

NEXTRANS USDOT Region V Regional University Transportation Center Final Report


Joe Grengs Jonathan Levine Geoffrey Thün

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