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Bibliography of Other Narrow Street Support Resources

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Title

Source Author Date
Street Design Should be Based on Overall Safety, Not Opinion Peter Frautschi NA

Residential Street Typology and Injury Accident Frequency

Swift and Associates 31-Mar-98

Designing Streets: Weighing Community and Mobility

Groundwork P. Neary Summer-98

One in Four Admits to Driving Dangerously

Wisconsin State Journal G. Johnson 1-Jul-98

Great Streets

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MIT Press Allan B. Jacobs 1993

Traditional Neighborhood Development: Street Design Guidelines

Institute of Transportation Engineers Institute of Transportation Engineers 1999

New Urbanism: Comprehensive Report & Best Practices Guide

New Urban Publications, Inc. New Urban News 2001

Residential Streets: Third Edition

Urban Land Institute ULI, NAHB, ASCE and ITE 2001

Residential Streets: Second Edition

Urban Land Institute ULI, NAHB, ASCE and ITE 1990

15 Ways to Fix the Suburbs

Newsweek 15-May-95

Framing the Debate on Streets and Public Safety

New Urban News John Anderson Jul/Aug-00

Narrow Residential Streets: Do They Really Slow Traffic Speeds?

James M. Daisa, P.E. and John B. Peers NA

The New Urbanism: Toward an Architecture of Community

Peter Katz 1994
Suburban Nation: The Rise of Sprawl and the Decline of the American Dream

Andres Duany, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, and Jeff Speck

2000

New Urbanisms Ace In the Hole

New Urban News Mar/Apr-98
Street Design Guidelines for Walkable Neighborhoods

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New Urban News

Dan Burden Jul/Aug-99

Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets: 2001

American Association of State Highways Transportation Officials AASHTO 2001

Smart Development Code Handbook

Oregon Department of Transportation Oregon Department of Transportation

Narrow Streets Database

www.sonic.net/abcaia/narrow.htm Alan B. Cohen, AIA (CNU) 1-Jun-00

SmartCode

Transect Codeware Company DPZ 5-Sep-01
New Urbanism: Comprehehnsive Report and Best Practices Guide New Urban News

New Urban News, et al.

NA
City of Burnsville Comprehensive Plan www.burnsville.org/government/
plan/ord/specialuses/htm
City of Burnsville Planning Department NA

City of Columbus Comprehensive Plan

www.columbusinfobase.org/
_private/library/tnd.pdf
Cith of Columbus Planning and Development NA

Larimer County Road Manual

www.co.larimer.co.us Larimer County Engineering Department 1-Jan-00
Designing Safe Streets and Neighborhoods

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www.lgc.org

Local Government Commission Center for Livable Communities

NA
Project New Town, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin Project New Town Plan

Vandewalle & Associates

Oct-01

A Model Ordinance for Traditional Neighborhood Development

State of Wisconsin Brian Ohm, et al.

Example Municipalities that Have Implemented Narrow Street Ordinances

State

Jurisdiction
Standards

Arizona

Phoenix 28' parking both sides

California

Santa Rosa 26'-28' Parking one side
20' no parking

Palmdale

28' parking both sides

San Jose

30' parking both sides

Novato

24' parking both sides

Colorado

Boulder 30' parking both sides

Ft. Collins

30' parking both sides

Larimer County

28' parking both sides

Delaware

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Delaware DOT 21' parking one side
22'-29' parking both sides

Florida

Orlando 22' parking both sides

Sarasota

18' two-way traffic no parking
17' one-way traffic parking both sides
24' two-way traffic parking both sides
1
7' parking one-side
34' parking both sides

Maine

Portland 24' parking one side

Maryland

Howard County 24' parking unregulated

Charles County

24' parking unregulated

Michigan

Birmingham 26' parking both sides

20' parking one side

Montana Helena 33' parking both sides and traffic calming

Missoula

26' parking both sides

New Mexico

Albuquerque 28' parking one side
27' parking one side, roll curb

North Carolina

North Carolina DOT 18' parking both sides

Ohio

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Columbus 26' parking both sides
22' parking one side

Oregon

Eugene 20' no parking
21' parking one side
28' parking both sides

Forest Grove

28' parking both sides
24' parking one side

Gresham City

20' no parking

McMinnville

26' parking both sides

Portland

26' parking both sides
20' parking one side

Washington County

20'-24' parking both sides

Beaverton

28' parking both sides
Tigard 32' parking both sides

Taulatin

32' parking both sides

Hillsboro 28'-30' parking both sides

Tennessee

Johnson City 22' parking unregulated

Vermont

Burlington 30' parking both sides

Washington

Kirland 20' parking one side
24' parking both sides

West Virginia

Morgantown 22' parking one side

Wisconsin

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Beloit 22' parking one side
10' travel lanes
14' two-way 'queuing' lane
Madison

27' parking both sides

Madison (Midtown Commons)

32' parking both sides
Middleton 28' parking both sides
Milwaukee 24' parking both sides
22' parking one side

Sun Prairie

28' parking one side
19' one-way traffic parking one side
8' parking lane
33' parking both sides

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