Walkable Communities, Inc. has a new
service. Many people have asked for photo and graphics assistance
for publications, training and other visual and design needs.
Our new service gives you access to the best of the photos
and graphics Dan Burden uses in his popular training courses.
If you need help bringing alive a great brochure, report,
proposal, or simply need to show a local council or commission
the possibilities and that your design has already been built
elsewhere, we can help. Our topics cover traditional transportation,
alternative transportation, quality of life, community development,
main street development, urban infill, new urbanism and related
issues, we now stock an abundance of graphic aids. You can
download from our web page up to 20 images free.
How to order. Use the form below and fax in
your order today (407-839-1789). We are sorry, but we are unable to accept payment by
MasterCard or Visa.
Streets and Sidewalks, People and Cars: The Citizens
Guide to Traffic Calming is written
specifically for residents who want to create safer neighborhood
streets. This hands-on guide gives citizens the tools they
need to evaluate and improve the safety of their neighborhood
residential and commercial streets. Prepared by Walkable
Communities Director Dan Burden and just published by the
Government Commissions Center for Livable Communities,
the easy-to-read, 52-page guide also details the collaborative
public process through which citizens can enlist the help
of fellow community members and local government officials
to diagnose problems and identify and prioritize workable
solutions. The Citizens Guide to Traffic Calming
- A comprehensive toolkit with practical profiles of over
20 different traffic calming measures.
- Forms to audit street safety and traffic speeds/volumes.
- Steps to implement traffic calming measures.
- Helpful photographs and diagrams.
Street Design Guidelines for Healthy Neighborhoods
-- This 52 page guidebook will help communities implement
designs for streets that are safe, efficient and aesthetically
pleasing for both people and cars. It features helpful
guidelines that specify street widths and implementation strategies
developed by a team of experts including a traffic engineer,
a transportation planner, an architect, an attorney and a
community activist. Also available through the Local
Government Commission's Center for Livable Communities.
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