Case Study No. 10: Trading Off Among the Needs of Motor Vehicle Users, Pedestrians, and Bicyclists

National Bicycling and Walking Study

Federal Highway Administration

By reviewing the evolution of this issue since the early 1970s, various trends were identified. The process of deciding on the allocation of resources among the various modes is less as a matter of quantitative analysis than one of consensus-building involving a broad range of participants. The report presents a series of conclusions and recommendations.

This report is one of twenty-four reports in the National Bicycling and Walking Study series.

Filed in: Community Problems and Solutions, Plans and Policies

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