transportation

Inverse Relationship of Level of Service and Pedestrian Propulsion

by EVstudio AEP September 6, 2018
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Discussions of one-way streets are commonplace in planning circles in the United States. They usually arise with the best of intentions for a community as transportation planning usually does.  See Strong Towns Blog Post: Paved with Good Intentions for more information. In some instances, they are […]

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Affordability in Colorado Springs Should Consider Transportation Expenses

by EVstudio AEP February 5, 2016

The following maps are of Colorado Springs represent how affordability is measured traditionally and affordability when transportation costs are included.  In the top image (Housing Only), the yellow represents areas where the average residential housing expenses are less than 30% of total household income.  The […]

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29th Avenue and Central Park Boulevard Signal at Stapleton

by Sean O'Hara May 9, 2011

I thought that it was important to voice my opinion on the proposed signal at 29th Avenue and Central Park Boulevard in Stapleton. As a South End Stapleton resident I’ve walked through this intersection hundreds of times and driven through it thousands. One of the […]

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