NACTO’s Urban Street Design Guide charts the principles and practices of the nation’s foremost engineers, planners, and designers working in cities today. A blueprint for the 21st century street, the guide offers an inside perspective into how cities can transform their streets to confront the demands and challenges of the near future. From public plazas to BRT to stormwater management, the guide provides an in-depth overview of how to design livable, multimodal, and resilient city streets.
This workshop at TRB is sponsored by Transportation Issues in Major U.S. Cities Committee; Pedestrians Committee; Bicycle Transportation Committee; Traffic Signal Systems Committee; and Women’s Issues in Transportation Committee. More info is available here.