Espacio Publico Y Movilidad

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Espacio Publico Y Movilidad

  1. 1. Idea y fotos tomadas de: Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission http://www.tjpdc.org/transportation/streetCapacity.asp
  2. 2. A street full of cars • Many streets and highways are at capacity, can’t fit more cars, and can’t be widened. Idea y fotos tomadas de: Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission http://www.tjpdc.org/transportation/streetCapacity.asp
  3. 3. A street full of people • If we think in terms of moving people, not cars, existing streets have plenty of room for more. Idea y fotos tomadas de: Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission http://www.tjpdc.org/transportation/streetCapacity.asp
  4. 4. Bus priority lanes • Saving a lane for buses would increase the capacity of our streets - without widening. Idea y fotos tomadas de: Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission http://www.tjpdc.org/transportation/streetCapacity.asp
  5. 5. Filling the bike lanes and sidewalks • People walking and biking fill just a fraction of existing sidewalk and bike lane capacity. Idea y fotos tomadas de: Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission http://www.tjpdc.org/transportation/streetCapacity.asp
  6. 6. Why invest in transit? It’s the best way to maximize capacity of existing roadways – at affordable costs 6
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