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The "Freight Transportation: Municipal Implementation Tool #19"  brochure has been prepared by the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) to help local governments and the general public better understand trends and adopt strategies to bette...
Penn State University Extension Service is offering a series of monthly webinars designed to help planners, elected officials and citizens better engage in land use decision-making processes. The webinars run from July through November. Topics include: J...
The "On Track Towards Transit Oriented Development" is the Executive Summary and Introduction of an evaluation of progress towards TOD at individual rail (and some bus) stations within the nine-county region of the DVRPC. Progress can include a completed ...
The "Pedestrian & Bicycle Friendly Policies, Practices and Ordinances" handbook provides information about practices, policies, and ordinances from various jurisdictions throughout the United States that enhance pedestrian and bicycle safety and accommoda...
This resource is the seventh edition of TRANSFORM, PennDOT's quarterly newsletter about news and people behind the PennDOT Connects program. Issued Summer 2019.
The Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) has four regional planners available to support municipalities in local land use planning efforts. This flyer provides an overview of assistance offered, planning publications, grant...
The Small Town and Rural Multimodal Networks guide is a design resource and idea book to help small towns and rural communities support safe, accessible, comfortable, and active travel for people of all ages and abilities. In many small towns and rural co...
TECH SHEET: A truly effective transportation system accommodates all anticipated modes efficiently. Many comprehensive plans identify issues such as conflicts between bicycle/ pedestrian/buggy and vehicular traffic, land use patterns that are not conduciv...
This "Transportation and Public Health" booklet discusses the cost that the dominant pattern of autocentric communities in the U.S. is taking on people’s health and how new communities and developments can be designed, and older communities retrofit, to s...
HOW WALKABLE IS YOUR COMMUNITY? Use this checklist to decide if your neighborhood is a friendly place to walk. This checklist rates five key questions and provides advice on what you and your community can do to make your area more walkable. Resources ar...