Plan : Design : Build

An interesting look at traffic calming measures by removing lanes. This is something that can be easily done even with the current budget cuts that is highly effective.

Article to go with the video can be found here

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    This is for Dr. Willson and all the bike-riding planners. Yeah. Us planners dig this shit. Deal with it.
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    As part of the Beltline project, Monroe Drive is slated to go on a road diet. Given how often I use Monroe, I would...
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    Road Diets! Property values go up in areas with more walking. Works. Every. Time.
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    An interesting look at traffic calming measures by removing lanes. This is something that can be easily done even with...
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    Interesting video on Road Diets!
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    Road Diets are an interesting way to change diving habits and encourage other forms of transportation!
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