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Evaluating Walkability in Fayetteville, Arkansas: Impacts of Attitudinal Preferences and Urban Form on Walking Trip Counts and Body Mass Index Scores
(Georgetown University, 2019-05-10)
Neighborhood form impacts health outcomes. Urban planning and public health researchers have partnered to understand the built and social variables associated with healthy places and populations. The dominant influence ...
Reimagining DC 295 as a Vital Multi Modal Corridor: The Case for Reconnecting Southeast Washington DC
(Georgetown University, 2017)
Cities across the globe are making the case for highway removal. Highway removal provides alternative land uses, reconnects citizens and natural landscapes separated by the highway, creates mobility options, and serves as ...
Cycling Infrastructure in Washington, DC: Intersection Risk Analysis and Safety Improvements
(Georgetown University, 2020)
Mayors around the world have set goals for their cities toward the Vision Zero movement to reduce traffic fatalities to zero, but many cities lack the tools and practices to make meaningful progress toward those goals. ...