The topic of barrier-free access is of great importance in Dresden. Dresden has a population of over 508,000 inhabitants, more than 60,000 of whom have a disability. Demographic changes and an increase in the number of older people mean the number of people with disabilities continues to increase.
Reconnecting America today released four training modules created for and funded by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) that illustrate various principles of creating and maintaining sustainable communities. The modules created by Reconnecting America’s LINK (Leadership¸ Innovation, Networks, Knowledge) Team were presented at three APTA conferences with the goal of educating practitioners, public transit agencies, elected officials and other decision-makers.
This presentation goes as follows:
Should you really stick around for the rest of this session? What do we mean when we say “urban”? Influence of the“3 D’s”(Density, Diversity, Design) on transit usage and walking propensity Measuring the 3 D’s: How we did it & Results Using the Results in Community Decision-making Measuring the 3 D’s: How you can do it
North Corridor Commuter
Tax Increment Financing
LYNX Blue Line
Providing transit station & infrastructure
Construction of major amenity
Adopted by Council in 1994 to address accelerating growth
Five primary transportation and development corridors
Maximize use of public transportation
Encourage redevelopment & reuse of underutilized sites