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Publication No. FHWA-HRT-05-096. Traditional Neighborhood Design. Lesson 6. Lesson Outline. What is traditional neighborhood design? How does traditional neighborhood design encourage bicycling and walking? What are the different elements of traditional neighborhood design?.

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lesson outline
Lesson Outline
  • What is traditional neighborhood design?
  • How does traditional neighborhood design encourage bicycling and walking?
  • What are the different elements of traditional neighborhood design?
elements of traditional neighborhood design
Elements of Traditional Neighborhood Design
  • Basic street layout.
  • Use of alleys.
  • Street design speed.
  • Street width.
  • Curb radii.
  • Intersection geometry.
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Elements of Traditional Neighborhood Design
  • Street trees and landscaping.
  • Street lighting.
  • Sidewalk width and location.
  • Building setbacks.
  • Parking.
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Suburban Design

Source: ENR, May 9, 1994.

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Seaside, FL

Source: Alex McLean

lesson summary
Lesson Summary
  • When done correctly, traditional neighborhood design encourages bicycling and walking.
  • There are many design elements that constitute a traditional neighborhood.
  • There are several other benefits besides those for bicycling and walking.
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