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'Zactly. People should be able to use whatever form of transportation meets their needs and that they can afford. Transporation planners and city planners, however, need to look at what the needs are for various modes, and how scarce public dollars can be allocated in ways that meet those needs. That includes policies that will shape, not just reflect, future demand.

The market is showing that so far the City has been betting correctly on the mix of car, mass transit, pedestrian and cycling infrastructure. Walkable neighborhoods are hot right now and will continue to be for the foreseeable future.

by Crickey7 on Nov 29, 2012 2:17 pm • linkreport

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