There are many other good resources on planning, funding, and implementing programs to increase pedestrian safety and mobility. Some of these resources are listed below:

(AASHTO), Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, Washington, DC, 1999.
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
American Planning Association, Bicycle Facility Planning, Planning Advisory Service Report 459, Chicago, IL, 1995.

Appleyard, Donald, Livable Streets, University of California Press, Berkeley, 1981.

Bentzen, B.L. and L. Tabor, Accessible Pedestrian Signals, U.S. Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (Access Board), Washington, DC, 1998.

Bentzen, B.L., J.M. Barlow, and L.S. Tabor, Detectable Warnings: Synthesis of U.S. and International Practice, U.S. Access Board, Washington, DC, 2000.

Brookline Transportation Department, Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program for Residential Streets, Town of Brookline, MA, 1996.

Burden, Dan, Walkable and Bicycle-Friendly Communities, Florida Dept. of Transportation, 1996.

Burrington, Stephen H., "Restoring the Rule of Law and Respect for Communities in Transportation," Environmental Law Journal, Volume 5, No. 3, New York University, 1996.

CART — Citizens Advocating Responsible Transportation, Traffic Calming — The Solution to Urban Traffic and a New Vision for Neighborhood Livability, Ashgrove, Australia, 1989 (reprinted by Sensible Transportation Options for People (STOP), Oregon, 1993).

Conservation Law Foundation, City Routes, City Rights: Building Livable Neighborhoods and Environmental Justice by Fixing Transportation, June 1998.

Conservation Law Foundation, Road Kill: How Solo Driving Runs Down the Economy, May 1994.

Conservation Law Foundation, Take Back Your Streets: How to Protect Communities From Asphalt and Traffic, May 1995.

County Surveyors Society, Traffic Calming in Practice, Landor Publishing Ltd., 1994.

Delft Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management, Cities Make Room for Cyclists, Delft, The Netherlands, August 1995.

Denmark Ministry of Transport, Bicycle Markings: Safety Effects at Signalized Intersections, Traffic Safety and Environment, Road Directorate, 1996.

Denmark Ministry of Transport, An Improved Traffic Environment: A Catalogue of Ideas, Traffic Safety and Environment, Road Directorate, 1993.

Denmark Ministry of Transport, Safety of Cyclists in Urban Areas: Danish Experiences, Traffic Safety and Environment, Road Directorate, 1994.

Denmark Ministry of Transport, Speed Management: National Practice and Experiences in Denmark, The Netherlands, and in the United Kingdom, Report No. 167, Traffic Safety and Environment, Road Directorate, 1999.

Denmark Ministry of Transport, The Traffic Safety Effects of Bicycle Lanes in Urban Areas, Traffic Safety and Environment, Road Directorate, 1996.

Devon County Council Engineering and Planning, Traffic-Calming Guidelines, Great Britain, 1991.

Dutch Centre for Research and Contract Standardization in Civil and Traffic Engineering, Sign Up for the Bike: Design Manual for a Cycle-Friendly Infrastructure, The Netherlands, September 1994.

Engwicht, David, Reclaiming Our Cities and Towns: Better Living With Less Traffic, New Society Publishers, Philadelphia, PA, 1993.

Environmental Working Group, Bicycle Federation of American and Surface Transportation Policy Project, Share the Road: Let’s Make America Bicycle Friendly, May 1997.

Federal Highway Administration, Bicycle Safety-Related Research Synthesis, Washington, DC, April 1995.

Federal Highway Administration, Bicycling & Walking in the Nineties and Beyond: Applying the Scandinavian Experience to America's Challenge, Washington, DC, November 1994.

Federal Highway Administration, Flexibility in Highway Design, Washington, DC, 1997.

Federal Highway Administration, The National Bicycling and Walking Study: Transportation Choices for a Changing America, Final Report and 24 Case Studies, Washington, DC, 1994. [Especially Case Study No. 19, "Traffic Calming, Auto-Restricted Zones and Other Traffic Management Techniques."]

Federal Highway Administration, Safety Effectiveness of Highway Design Features, Volume VI: Pedestrians and Bicyclists, Washington, DC, 1991.

Federal Highway Administration, Study Tour Report for Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety in England, Germany, and the Netherlands, Washington, DC, October 1994.

Gehl, Jan, Life Between Buildings, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, 1987.

Institute of Transportation Engineers, ITE Journal, Volume 67, No. 7, July 1997.

Institute of Transportation Engineers, ITE Journal, Volume 67, No. 8, August 1997.

Institute of Transportation Engineers, Residential Street Design and Traffic Control, Wolfgang Homburger et al., Washington, DC, 1989.

Institute of Transportation Engineers, The Traffic Safety ToolBox: A Primer on Traffic Safety, Washington, DC, 1994.

ITE Traffic Engineering Council Speed Humps Task Force, Guidelines for the Design and Application of Speed Humps, Washington, DC, 1997.

Institute of Transportation Engineers
and the Federal Highway Administration, Traffic Calming State of the Practice, Washington, DC, August 1999.

ITE Transportation Planning Council Committee, Traditional Neighborhood Development: Street Design Guidelines, Washington, DC, 1997.

Jacobs, Allan, Great Streets, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1994.

National Highway Institute, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety and Accommodation, Publication No. FHWA-HI-96-028, May 1996.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Traffic Safety Facts, updated yearly.

Oregon Department of Transportation, Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan, 1995.

Rodale Press, Inc., Pathways for People, June 1992.

Route 50 Corridor Coalition, A Traffic Calming Plan for Virginia's Rural Route 50 Corridor, Middleburg, VA, 1996.

Seiderman, Cara, “Traveling at the Speed of Life,” In Conservation Matters No. 4 (Autumn 1997) pp. 20-23.

Standards Association of Australia, Australian Standard: Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices, Part 13: Local Area Traffic Management, North Sydney, Australia, 1991.

Transportation Association of Canada and the Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers, Canadian Guide to Neighbourhood Traffic Calming, December 1998.

U.S. Access Board, Accessible Rights-of-Way: A Design Guide, Washington, DC, 1999.

U.S. Department of Transportation and Rails to Trails Conservancy, Improving Conditions for Bicycling and Walking: A Best Practices Report, January 1998.

Whyte, William H., City: Rediscovering the Center, Anchor Books, Doubleday, 1988.