How Clearer Thinking about Public Transit Can Enrich Our Communities and Our Lives
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Jarrett Walker believes that transit can be simple, if we focus first on the underlying geometry that all transit technologies share. In Human Transit, Walker supplies the basic tools, the critical questions, and the means to make smarter decisions about designing and implementing transit services.
Human Transit explains the fundamental geometry of transit that shapes successful systems; the process for fitting technology to a particular community; and the local choices that lead to transit-friendly development. Whether you are in the field or simply a concerned citizen, here is an accessible guide to achieving successful public transit that will enrich any community.
Praise For Human Transit: How Clearer Thinking about Public Transit Can Enrich Our Communities and Our Lives…
— Douglas MacDonald, former Secretary, Washington State Department of Transportation
— Todd Litman, Victoria Transport Policy Institute
— Terry Lee-Williams, Transport and Access Manager, City of Sydney, Australia
— Ken Greenberg, author of "Walking Home: the Life and Lessons of a City Builder"
— Atlantic Cities
— Midwest Book Review
— Urban Review STL
— California Planning & Development Report
— Better Cities & Towns
— Journal of Planning Education and Research
Island Press, 9781597269711, 256pp.
Publication Date: December 22, 2011