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This article discusses how communities can use zoning and subdivision standards to promote complete streets.
About the Authors
Carol Gould, AICP
Carol Gould, AICP Senior Project Manager, Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc. Carol is a Senior Project Manager with the Community Planning Team at Fitzgerald & Halliday Inc. (FHI). Her 20+ years of experience at FHI has focused on community planning, including livable communities, transportation/land use connections, public involvement, parking planning, placemaking, and access management. Carol specializes in integrating land use and transportation planning to enhance community mobility and quality of life. She applies her planning and technical skills to a wide variety of projects, including corridor studies, smart growth projects, municipal plans of development, healthy communities’ initiatives, access management studies, parking studies, downtown studies and master plans. Carol has also provided expert testimony for municipalities, citizen groups, and developers on the interpretation and application of land use regulations vis-à-vis development proposals to local planning and zoning commissions.