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Surface Transportation Policy Project (STPP): Mean Streets 2000

STPP: Mean Streets 2000 : This presentation highlights the dangers facing pedestrians by automobiles according to the latest statistics.

The goal of the Surface Transportation Policy Project (STPP) is to ensure that transportation policy and investments help conserve energy, protect environmental and aesthetic quality, strengthen the economy, promote social equity, and make communities more livable. STPP has several presentations on current transportation trends.



OrganizationSurface Transportation Policy Project
Resource TypePresentation
URLhttp://www.activelivingbydesign.org/filead...
Publish Date2000
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