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CNU 20 - Functional Classification: The Least Interesting Policy That Dominates Most Everything

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Published on May 29, 2012

Functional Classification, the conceptual basis behind highway, street and network planning, also impacts all transit planning, determines bicycle solutions, and unknowingly, establishes where we can walk. Even zoning ordinances and comprehensive plans are tied to functional classification. This session presents a brief history of functional classification in planning, its detrimental impacts to urbanism, and explores alternative classification and planning ideas that can promote more livable, walkable streets and sustainable cities.

Laurence Aurbach, Editor and Researcher, Office of Laurence Aurbach
Richard Hall, P.E., President, Hall Planning & Engineering Inc.

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