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100 1  Cervero, Robert,|eauthor. 
240 10 Beyond mobility (Online) 
245 10 Beyond mobility|h[electronic resource] :|bplanning cities 
       for people and places /|cRobert Cervero, Erick Guerra, and
       Stefan Al. 
246 2  Beyond Mobility: Planning Cities for People and Places 
246 30 Planning cities for people and places 
264  1 Washington, DC :|bIsland Press,|c[2017] 
264  4 |c©2017 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-264) and 
       index. 
505 00 |tUrban recalibration -- (|tChallenges to creating 
       sustainable and just cities --|tThe case for moving beyond
       mobility --|tContexts for urban recalibration --|tEmerging
       opportunities and challenges). 
505 00 |gPart one.|tMaking the case.|tBetter communities -- (
       |tIncreasing social capital and sociability --|tShared 
       spaced, complete streets, and safety --|tPublic health and
       walkability --|tSocial equity, diversity, and opportunity)
       --|tBetter environments -- (|tDefining sustainable cities 
       and transport --|tReducing oil dependence --|tThe climate 
       change: decarbonizing cities and transport --|tLocal 
       pollution --|tEnvironmental mitigation and urban 
       recalibration) --|tBetter economies -- (|tLifestyle 
       preferences and economics --|tThe big picture --|tAccess 
       and land markets --|tFreeways and motorways --|tPublic 
       transit --|tTransport infrastructure in the global south -
       -|tRoad restraints, pedestrianization, and economic 
       performance --|tUrban amenities and nature --|tCommunity 
       designs and economic performance). 
505 00 |gPart two.|tContexts and cases.|tUrban transformations --
       (|tDockland conversions --|tLondon docklands --|tKop van 
       Zuid, Rotterdam --|tCanalside, Buffalo --|tRedevelopment 
       of warehouse districts --|tSouthside Charlotte, North 
       Carolina --|t22@Barcelona --|tRail-to-greenway conversions
       --|tThe High Line, New York City --|tThe Atlantic BeltLine
       --|tThe Great Allegheny Passage --|tGleisdreieck Park, 
       Berlin) --|tSuburban transformations -- (|tOffice park 
       retrofits --|tBishop Ranch, San Ramon, California --
       |tHacienda, Pleasanton, California --|tCottle Transit 
       Village, San Jose, California --|tEdge city to suburban 
       TOD: Tysons, Virginia --|tRevamped malls and shopping 
       centers --|tOther suburban retrofits) --|tTransit-oriented
       development -- (|tThe TOD process: planning and typologies
       --|tNode versus place --|tNodes of access --|tTODs as 
       places --|tTOD planning and typologies in Portland --|tTOD
       design and guidelines --|tThe TOD standard --|tPlace 
       identity: Oakland's Fruitvale station --|tThe Pearl 
       District, Portland, Oregon: streetcar-oriented development
       --|tThe Beaverton Round, Portland, Oregon: TOD's market 
       limits --|tHong Kong: rail development, place-making, and 
       profiteering --|tMTR and R+P --|tR+P TOD --|tConnecting 
       places in other TOD place types --|tGreen TODs --|tKid-
       friendly TODs --|tTOD as adaptive reuse: experiences from 
       Dallas) --|tRoad contraction -- (|tTraffic calming --|tCar
       -free districts --|tRoad dieting --|tGreen connectors --
       |tRoadway deconstruction and reassignments --|tUrban 
       regeneration in Seoul --|tLand reclamation in Seoul --
       |tCapitalizing the benefits of greenways --|tSan 
       Francisco's freeway-to-boulevard conversions --
       |tNeighborhood impacts --|tTraffic and safety impacts). 
505 00 |gPart three.|tLooking forward.|tThe global south -- (
       |tTransit cities --|tNonmotorized cities --|tMotorcycle 
       cities --|tDesigning for a planet of suburbs --|tImproving
       suburban conditions --|tSuburban upgrading --|tPlanning 
       for suburbs --|tEnabling mortgage markets --|tOrganic 
       place-making --|tDesigning for a transit metropolis --
       |tTransit and TOD challenges in China --|tBus rapid 
       transit --|tThe TransMilenio experience (Bogotá, Colombia)
       --|tExperiences in Ahmedabad, India --|tBRT-land use 
       integration in Guangzhou --|tBRT in Indonesia --|tSuburban
       transit investments --|tCiudad Azteca: a different king of
       TOD --|tMedellín Metrocable) --|tEmerging technologies -- 
       (|tRide-hailing and shared-ride services --|tDriverless 
       cars: the elephant in the room --|tThe state of driverless
       cars --|tSafety --|tExpanding transit options --|tA 
       parking revolution --|tGetting the price of car travel 
       right --|tFreight movement in cities --|tCommunication 
       technology --|tThe realm of possibility) --|tToward 
       sustainable urban futures -- (|tDensity and design --
       |tMegatrends and urban futures --|tAging societies --
       |tShifting lifestyle preferences and the millennials --
       |tTwenty-first-century employment --|tBeyond mobility 
       metrics --|tMobility and sustainability --|tAccessibility 
       --|tLivability --|tAffordability --|tInclusive cities). 
520    Draws on experiences and data from a range of cities and 
       countries around the globe in making the case for city 
       planning that moves beyond mobility. Cervero, Guerra, and 
       Al contend that prioritizing the needs and aspirations of 
       people and the creation of great places is as important, 
       if not more important, than expediting movement. The 
       authors provide an optimistic outlook about the potential 
       to transform places for the better and they celebrate the 
       growing demand for a shift in global thinking around place
       and mobility in creating better communities, environments,
       and economies. --Adapted from publisher description. 
650  0 City planning. 
650  0 City planning|xSocial aspects. 
650  0 City planning|xEnvironmental aspects. 
650  0 City planning|xEconomic aspects. 
650  0 Land use, Urban. 
650  0 Urban transportation. 
650  7 ARCHITECTURE / Urban & Land Use Planning.|2bisacsh 
650  7 TRANSPORTATION / Public Transportation.|2bisacsh 
650  7 City planning.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00862177 
650  7 City planning|xEconomic aspects.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00862205
650  7 City planning|xEnvironmental aspects.|2fast
       |0(OCoLC)fst00862209 
650  7 City planning|xSocial aspects.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00862253 
650  7 Land use, Urban.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00991631 
650  7 Urban transportation.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01162609 
700 1  Guerra, Erick,|eauthor. 
700 1  Al, Stefan,|eauthor. 
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