Category Archives: transportation planning

Investments of Lasting Value

[Note: A slightly different version of this post can be found at Jim Throgmorton, “Let’s make local investments of far more lasting value,” Iowa City Press-Citizen (August 16, 2013), p. 7A.] A few days ago some friends and I were … Continue reading

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A City in Motion: The Rhetorical Construction of Urban Identity and Physical Design in Louisville during the 1920s

Throgmorton, James A. Work in progress. “A City in Motion: The Rhetorical Construction of Urban Identity and Physical Design in Louisville during the 1920s.” I’m still working on this paper, wanting to revise it in light of comments received at … Continue reading

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Sustainable Transportation and Land Development on the Periphery: A Case Study of Freiburg, Germany, and Chula Vista, California

Sherry Ryan and James A. Throgmorton. 2003. Transportation Research, Part D 8: 37-52. This paper examines two land developments in the cities of Freiburg (Germany) and Chula Vista (California) with the purpose of comparing their transportation and land use planning … Continue reading

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Desire Lines: The Chicago Area Transportation Study and the Paradox of Self in Post-War America

James A. Throgmorton and Barbara Eckstein. 2000. In Literary and Visual Representations of Three American Cities, 1870s to 1930. A project web site of the 3 Cities Project of the Universities of Nottingham and Birmingham, United Kingdom. This article interprets … Continue reading

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