Road building has provided mobility for our rapidly growing community, and we are fortunate to have competent agencies overseeing these programs. Some paradigm shifts are now needed to allow us to accommodate the next wave of growth. Multimodal transportation planning will increase both cost effectiveness and the numbers of persons who need to move about with ease and comfort. Better integration of land use and transportation planning will enable land uses that accommodate future growth while preserving our natural resources and keep our property values growing and our quality of life high.
Conventional suburbs are overbuilt and out of favor. In cities and suburbs alike, walkable neighborhoods linked by train are the future. Here’s how a new network of privately funded rail lines could make that future come to pass more quickly and cheaply—and help reinvigorate housing and the economy. To view the article, click here.
Are there ways to increase multimodal transportation planning that would be helpful to your neighborhood, your travel patterns, or your business?
Are there ways to increase multimodal transportation planning that would be helpful to your neighborhood, your travel patterns, or your business? Please contact us to share your ideas and information.