Transportation and Public Places
Neighborhoods are the building blocks of a community. They are more than subdivisions, and are defined as much by the sense of community they create for their residents as by the structures, streets and amenities within their boundaries. Quality neighborhoods offer choices, provide residents with a sense of identity and connections, and encourage continuous renewal and reinvestment.
Quality local streets are an integral part of a larger network of routes designed to provide access to homes, shops and businesses. More>>
Quality local streets encourage pedestrian and bicycle use through features that reduce apparent street width and protect pedestrians from moving traffic. More>>
Quality local streets complement a regional public transit network and allow transit to become a viable alternative to the automobile. More>>
Quality public spaces encourage social interaction and foster a distinct sense of place. They include amenities that provide comfort and relaxation in all seasons. More>>