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Portland State University

1996

City planning -- Oregon -- Portland

Transportation

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Neotraditional Design: Resisting The Decentralizing Forces Of New Spatial Technologies, Kenneth Dueker, Martha J. Bianco Sep 1996

Neotraditional Design: Resisting The Decentralizing Forces Of New Spatial Technologies, Kenneth Dueker, Martha J. Bianco

Center for Urban Studies Publications and Reports

The New Urbanist, or Neotraditional, movement that has characterized urban planning since the beginning of the 1990s has a vision of how people should live, work, and travel in a manner that, planners believe, will be "best" for society and for the environment. At the core of this vision is the notion that a return to the high densities, architectural form, and lifestyle of the period prior to World War II will result in a better society. A question that is ignored by the neotraditional proposals is the extent to which changing technologies might make calls for higher densities obsolete ...


Beyond The Field Of Dreams: Light Rail And Growth Management In Portland, G. B. Arrington Jr., Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District Of Oregon Sep 1996

Beyond The Field Of Dreams: Light Rail And Growth Management In Portland, G. B. Arrington Jr., Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District Of Oregon

TriMet Collection

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