Jeez, StreetsBlog is reading my mind lately. Which is scary, to say the least. Everything we’ve been talking about while developing our Metropolitan Transportation Plan, Horizon 2040, has been blogged about recently there.

Today’s article is about how land use ties in with transportation planning, but a lot of people still aren’t recognizing that link. It uses as an example how two jurisdictions in Minnesota are working on the same street, with different end goals in mind. It’s not fair to pick on Minnesota though, as this happens everywhere and it’s not neccesarily the fault of either jurisdiction, it’s the approach to transportation planning that being blamed.

So how should it be done? Here’s the article.

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