The Future of Transportation

Will the need for mobility or the need for community define the future of transportation? Christopher Lee examines the future of transportation over the next 25 years.
June 29, 2000, 7am PDT | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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ULI's Urban Land Magazine features an in-depth article on the future of transportation in a nation driven by urban sprawl. Written by Christopher Lee, senior transportation researcher at Diagnostic Plus in State College, Pennsylvania, the article explores a bus rapid transit model, pedestrian extending (PEX), parking requirement, and personal rapid transit (PRT) systems. Lee also evaluates the argument that higher density will reduce automobile use over the next 25 years.

Thanks to Chris Steins

Published on Wednesday, June 28, 2000 in Urban Land Magazine
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