Is It Time to Stop Planning “Complete Streets”?

APA New Urbanism Division


Friday, November 21, 2014
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. CST

Webinar - online ET, IL,

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“Complete street” is a transportation term that refers to a corridor designed for all modes of transportation. Washington, DC has made national news for its emphasis on the fundamental modes of transportation – walking and biking. It’s also home to one of the most recognizable mass transit systems. So why would the District Department of Transportation propose a scenario that eliminates complete streets? How do they propose safely accommodating users from so many different modes of travel? This webcast will cover the following: 1)Trade-offs associated with physically separating travel modes; 2)Corridor planning vs. network planning; 3)Transportation mode hierarchy; and 4) Placemaking treatments based on street function.

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