Interdependence of Transportation and City Planningby Wm. S. Pollard, Jr.,
Serial Information: Journal of the City Planning Division, 1963, Vol. 89, Issue 1, Pg. 47-68
Document Type: Journal Paper
Transportation planning Is presented as one component of comprehensive city or regional planning. Comprehensive planning for a metropolitan area includes land use, community facilities, transportation, regulatory measures, and financing. Comprehensive city planning tries to mitigate conflicting purposes or goals in order to enable the city to move forward progressively. Transportation planning steps are indicated, and the influence of transportation on urban growth is examined. The need for planning as a continuing process is emphasized.
Subject Headings: Urban areas | Land use | Financing | Dispute resolution
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