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Getting Back in the Saddle: Lessons from a Horse-Powered Past for Transportation Planning Today

The history of urban horses holds valuable information for planners and engineers in the present. Understanding a community’s horse-powered past can reveal a footprint designed for the very low-speed, complete street environment we work so hard to create today.

Getting Back in the Saddle: Lessons from a Horse-Powered Past for Transportation Planning Today Getting Back in the Saddle: Lessons from a Horse-Powered Past for Transportation Planning Today
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Signal Coordination: Are We Really Coordinating For All Users?

Under certain roadway and traffic conditions, signal coordination can be effective in reducing delays for drivers. However, it also has limitations, and its impact on pedestrians, bicycles, and transit is not often recognized.

Signal Coordination: Are We Really Coordinating For All Users? Signal Coordination: Are We Really Coordinating For All Users?