Early highway planning -- Roots of urban transportation planning -- Launching the interstate highway program -- Urban transportation planning comes of age -- Improving intergovernmental coordination -- Rising concern for the environment and citizen involvement -- Beginnings of multimodal urban transportation planning -- Transition to short-Term planning -- Emphasizing urban economic revitalization -- Decentralization of decision-Making -- Promoting private sector participation -- The need for strategic planning -- The growth of sustainable development -- Expanding participatory democracy -- Moving towards performance-Based planning -- Concern for climate change -- Era of constrained resources -- Concluding remarks.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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