The Manual: Uniformity vs. Innovation in Traffic Design

The shape of our road network is governed by strict uniformity guidelines set at the national level. Sometimes dubious requirements to widen highways and reduce traffic limit the local transportation engineer, who is forced to use old tools to fix new problems. With Portland, Oregon as backdrop and bicycling as a highlight, city traffic engineer Peter Koonce describes the space between local innovation and federal control.

A Joe Biel & Steve Bozzone collaboration.

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