by Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations : [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in Washington .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HV8138 .U54 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (x, 604 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||604|
|LC Control Number||77601023|
The ACIR Library is composed of publications that study the interactions between different levels of government. This document addresses block grants. Description. Streets Reconsidered provides a roadmap to redesigning city streets for living, along with driving — Streets that accommodate people of all ages and abilities, using all travel modes, and promoting healthy urban living, social interaction, enhanced commerce, and environmental sensitivity.. The book is divided into six main sections each reflecting an important role for Price: $ Streets Reconsidered pushes beyond the current standards, focusing on the planning, design and construction of streets as a method for improving our built environment for everyone. The book is organized by the functions of a street: mobility, way finding, commerce, social gathering, events and programming, play and recreation, urban agriculture Brand: Routledge. Get this from a library! Safe streets reconsidered: the block grant experience, [United States. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.
This is the second in an 8-part series excerpted from Iacofano’s and Malhotra’s new book, Streets Reconsidered: Inclusive Design for the Public Realm. Purchase the book using the promo code MIG19 for a 20% discount through Routledge (with free shipping!). Coming next month, Part 3: Designing Flexible Streets. Reviews "Streets Reconsidered makes a thorough and highly visual case for designing streets on which people do more than move, but also gather, shop, play, grow, and generate environmental six verbs organize the book. 'Road construction continues as if demand will always be increasing,' the authors complain. 'We now have the tools to incorporate uncertainty . Streets operate differently when designed for high volume, fast traffic or for slow moving, low volumes. When embarking on a street redesign, consider these five guiding principles and the design principles that follow: design for humans; right size; and provide multiple : Daniel Iacofano, Mukul Malhotra. re:Streets is a multi-disciplinary collaboration focused on the planning, design and construction of streets as a method for improving our built environment. It pushes beyond the current standards to explore the future of streets and what America's roadways would be like if they were designed for living, instead of just driving.
This is the third in an 8-part series excerpted from Iacofano’s and Malhotra’s new book, Streets Reconsidered: Inclusive Design for the Public Realm. Purchase the book using the promo code MIG19 for a 20% discount through Routledge (with free shipping!). Coming next month, Part 4: Designing Social Streets. Safe Streets is a program of Prevention and Recovery Services located in Topeka, Kansas. Safe Streets was founded in the fall of with the mission of creating a healthier community by addressing substance abuse and crime through prevention education and citizen empowerment. The vision of Safe Streets is “Peace in the Neighborhood.”. "Butterflies, Whistles, and Fists: Safe Streets Patrols and Militant Gay Liberalism in the s", Safe Space: Gay Neighborhood History and the Politics of Violence, Christina B. Hanhardt Download citation file. WHAT IS THE SAFE STREETS PROJECT? The Safe Streets Project is a peaceful volunteer effort using the ONS technology engine that allows individuals to quickly, securely, and privately identify and flag violent street rioters for prosecution.