Monday, January 6, 2014

From The Atlantic Cities
Safer Streets Pay Off for Businesses

SARAH GOODYEAR  The New York City Department of Transportation, which installed dozens of pedestrian plazas and hundreds of miles of bike lanes over the last six years, wanted to know [how you measure the financial impact of more human-centric design]. They found that no one had developed a compelling model. So the agency set out to create its own methodology. Read more: Safer Streets Pay Off for Businesses - Sarah Goodyear - The Atlantic Cities

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