Confessions of a Traffic Engineer

John Pattison
John Pattison
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The engineers behind some of the most dangerous "improvement" projects, with the best intentions, still manage to ignore or compromise on the safety and happiness of residents. What goes into their decisions, and how can you reason with someone with years of education under their belt? Strong Towns Founder and President Charles Marohn, an experienced (recovered?) engineer, shares the lessons he learned during his time in the business, and the changes that need to be made to stop jeopardizing community health and start prioritizing resilience.


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