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Your zoning code/map is ahead of its time when…


There is an app for that. There is a required vertical altitude setback from flying car streets and highways. Your code book is entitled “Jetsonian Code for ___” (fill in the blank). You can actually find them on the internet. Landing … Continue reading

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Ecomodal transportation hubs


This post summarizes several ideas that could be employed to facilitate the establishment of sustainable transportation hubs where intermodal cross-movement between multiple green (or active) transportation options takes place with ease. In a nutshell, these facilities are described by using … Continue reading

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Envisioning the ultimate carpool lot


Here in Michigan we tend to love our cars.  No big surprise there. While one can successfully argue that most of our state (with some notable exceptions) is not a top-notch contender when it comes to mass transit, it would … Continue reading

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