From Complete Streets to complete Networks: A Data-Driven, Performance-Based, Multimodal Planning Tool
3:00 pm ET
Moving beyond complete streets to complete networks - entire networks of continuous and connected facilities for transit, bike, auto, freight, and pedestrians - involves conducting a larger review of networks for each mode. Then the design of individual streets follows the larger modal network vision with performance measures aligned with the priority mode for the subject street. Planners from the Michigan Department of Transportation and Southeast Michigan Council of Governments join us to share a set of tools - one GIS tool for the network analysis and another for analyzing the multimodal and safety performance of individual streets - they have built to evolve the state of the practice for complete streets planning and design.
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