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Connections 2050 Plan for Greater Philadelphia: Process and Analysis Manual
Product No.: 21028
Date Published: 12/2021
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Geographic Area Covered: The nine-county DVRPC region, which covers the counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia in Pennsylvania; and Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Mercer counties in New Jersey.
Abstract: The Connections 2050 Plan for Greater Philadelphia: Process and Analysis Manual documents the long-range planning process, public outreach, and quantitative effort and analysis used to develop the Connections 2050 vision, principles, goals, policies and strategies—which are documented in the Process and Analysis Manual’s companion report, the Connections 2050 Plan for Greater Philadelphia: Policy Manual—along with the financial plan’s Capital Vision, revenue forecast, allocation, project evaluation and selection, fiscal constraint analysis, and regional funding options.
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