Tag Archives: complete streets

Now this IS a complete street!


This graphic also appears as a centerfold in the May issue of Planning magazine. It is a very cool representation of what a truly complete street could and should look like, as well as the features/infrastructure that should be incoporated. … Continue reading

Posted in Active transportation, Advocacy, Alternative transportation, Bicycle Commuting, Bicycle Planning, Bicycles, Bicycling, Bike Commuting, Bike Parking, bike sharing, Biking, cities, civics, Commuting, Cycling, environment, fitness, geography, government, health, infrastructure, land use, Photos, pictures, placemaking, planning, product design, spatial design, sustainability, technology, tourism, transit, transportation, Travel, urban planning, walking, zoning | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Cambridge’s “complete” Vassar Street


During our Boston St. Patrick’s Day weekend, we wandered around parts of Cambridge and MIT’s campus.  One of the places we chanced upon after our bike sharing tour along the Charles River was Vassar Street. This approximate two-mile long urban thoroughfare … Continue reading

Posted in Active transportation, Alternative transportation, Bicycling, bike sharing, civics, colleges, culture, environment, fitness, fun, geography, health, infrastructure, land use, new urbanism, pictures, placemaking, planning, product design, recreation, schools, spatial design, sustainability, technology, third places, tourism, trails, transportation, Travel, urban planning, walking | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Implementing your “Complete Streets” policy


Last night I had the opportunity to attend a regional transportation forum in Greater Lansing which dealt with how you go about implementing “Complete Streets” once your community has adopted a resolution, policy, and/or ordinance.  Since eight communities in Mid-Michigan … Continue reading

Posted in Active transportation, Bicycling, bike sharing, cities, civics, climate change, culture, environment, fitness, geography, government, health, infrastructure, land use, new urbanism, placemaking, planning, politics, spatial design, sustainability, third places, transit, transportation, Travel, urban planning, walking | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Excellence in small city planning


I had the honor last week to vacation in Brevard County, Florida. Of all the communities of this dynamic county, the City of Cape Canaveral immediately stood out as exemplary in its community planning efforts, particularly in regards to land … Continue reading

Posted in Active transportation, architecture, art, Bicycling, branding, cities, civics, civility, culture, entrepreneurship, environment, geography, government, health, historic preservation, history, infrastructure, land use, marketing, placemaking, planning, politics, spatial design, sustainability, technology, third places, tourism, trails, transportation, Travel, urban planning, walking, zoning | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments