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Identifying Neighborhood Greenway Possibilities in Philadelphia
Product No.: 16043
Date Published: 11/2018
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Geographic Area Covered: City of Philadelphia
Abstract: This study used best practices from the National Association of City Transportation Officials, Portland State University, and Portland Bureau of Transportation to develop a two-part geographic information system methodology that identified suitable streets to build neighborhood greenways in each of Philadelphia’s 10 city council districts. Neighborhood greenways are low-volume, low-stress streets that prioritize bicycle and pedestrian travel over vehicles.
Key Words: Philadelphia, Bicycle, Pedestrian, Neighborhood Greenway, Bicycle Boulevard
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