The Car in 2035: Mobility Planning for the near Future by Kati RubinyiThe Car in 2035: Mobility Planning for the near Future by Kati Rubinyi

The Car in 2035: Mobility Planning for the near Future

EditorKati Rubinyi

Paperback | March 15, 2013

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The Car in 2035: Mobility Planning for the Near Future focuses on the car, the street, and public policy in Southern California. In this collection of essays and images, the car is viewed as both a challenge and benefit to our neighborhoods, cities, and suburbs. Despite rising fuel prices, the automobile will be Southern California's primary form of transportation in 2035 because the region's population will continue to be dispersed widely, and the car offers the best access to the area's tremendous diversity of economic, social, recreational, and cultural opportunities. But the infrastructure will need to accommodate a heterogeneous mix of modes of transportation, including more cars on the road than today.
Kati Rubinyi is project director of the Car Future Group and the founder of the non-profit Civic Projects Foundation. Civic Projects initiates and develops creative public benefit projects, experimenting with new approaches that combine planning and design. Rubinyi did innovative work for The Planning Center, a consulting firm in Orang...
Title:The Car in 2035: Mobility Planning for the near FutureFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.68 inPublished:March 15, 2013Publisher:ActarLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:8415391269

ISBN - 13:9788415391265

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THE CAR IN 2035 is a good title and I was anxious to learn about a future in which the car s role as a shaping force in American life is diminished. But this book, edited by Kati Rubinyi and published by the Civic Projects Foundation, Los Angeles, is not going to take the reader down the road to a post-carbon world. Rather it is a practical and multifaceted view of the future of mobility, grounded in the precepts of Southern California. --Chip Lord, Architect's Newspaper