These strategies that have a documented direct cost effectiveness of less than $200 per ton of CO2 reduced.
These are strategies which have a relatively quick implementation timeline compared to other strategies. These strategies take 1-2 years for implementation and results can be seen within 3 to 10 years.
This category includes strategies that are useful in downtowns, mixed use corridors and neighborhood centers.
These strategies help support a community's economic development goals.
These strategies support the development of streets that are safe and comfortable for all users.
This category includes strategies which support improvements to facilities, programs and integrated land use-transportation-design standards that provide a safe and comfortable walking and biking environment.
This category addresses program and facility strategies that can be used to manage or regulate parking demand and supply.
These strategies integrate land use regulation, transportation and design strategies and standards that support livable communities.
This category includes information on an array of strategies that promote transit use.
This category includes strategies that are suitable for cities of 25,000 people or less.
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