Thursday, January 22, 2009

The economics of connected streets

I was going to write something about the economics of connected streets and how it makes sense to have integrated, well design street grids well beyond the "comfort" and "make the city pretty" level of argumentation. Mark Abraham, however, wrote it first, and he states the case better than I could, so I will just link his post here.

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  1. This article references a study conducted by 1000 Friends of Connecticut Board of Trustees member Norman Garrick at UCONN Center for Transportation and Urban Planning.