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Todd Alexander Litman

Executive Director

Victoria Transport Policy Institute

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Victoria Transport Policy Institute

1250 Rudlin Street

Victoria, British Columbia,V8V 3R7

Canada

Company Description

The Victoria Transport Policy Institute is an independent research organization dedicated to developing innovative and practical solutions to transportation problems . We provide a variety of resources available free at this website to help improve transportat...more

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Topic - Houston Tomorrow

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Todd Litman
Health and transpo planning Todd Litman is the executive director of the Victoria Transport Policy Institute., Sep 13, 10.


InTransition Magazine ~ Transportation Planning, Practice & Progress (from NJTPA & NJIT)

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Todd Litman, Founder and Executive Director of the Victoria Transport Policy Institute and author of several reports on road safety, including "The Hidden Traffic Safety Solution" published in September, notes that conventional measures of driving-related deaths are comically flawed.
They typically measure deaths according to miles traveled rather than per capita. A city with a low death rate per mile can still incur unthinkable carnage if it's a city with high rates of driving. Litman advocates traffic demand management-in layman's terms: less driving. "Many factors affect traffic fatality rates, but for given population, per capita vehicle miles traveled has a huge impact on traffic fatality rates," said Litman. "Traffic safety professionals need to think more comprehensively. Every time you tell somebody 'don't drive' or 'avoid driving,' [you] have an obligation of providing viable alternatives." For Litman, the safest drive is one that doesn't happen at all-especially if it's one that might have involved alcohol. "My definition of a truly healthy neighborhood...is whether people can walk to their local pubs," said Litman. Litman noted that, in many cities, bars and restaurants have some of the highest parking requirements, thus encouraging driving and making many of them economically infeasible in dense neighborhoods with high real estate costs. Vision Zero might thus create an about-face in the urban experience: from the tragedy of death and injury to the pleasure of socializing and carousing. "You're basically telling people not to drink or to stay home, and that's no fun," said Litman. Litman said.


InTransition Magazine ~ Transportation Planning, Practice & Progress (from NJTPA & NJIT)

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To Todd Litman, the financial crisis has its roots in one of those inalienable rights laid out by the Declaration of Independence-the ever-elusive "pursuit of happiness.
Litman, executive director of the Victoria (Canada) Transport Policy Institute (VTPI), recently thought back to a time when families lived snugly in 1,200-square-foot homes, mom and dad shared a car, the kids split a bedroom and walked a couple of safe blocks to school. . .


Spring 2014 Construction Economics - Gilbane Edge - Cost of Parking

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Parking Costs, Pricing and Revenue Calculator - Jan 2012 (by Todd Litman - Director @ the Victoria Transport Policy Institute, Victoria, BC Canada - http://www.vtpi.org


Summer 2015 Construction Economics - Gilbane - Cost of Parking

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PARKING COSTS, PRICING AND REVENUE CALCULATOR- Jan 2012 (by Todd Litman - Director @ the Victoria Transport Policy Institute, Victoria, BC Canada - http://www.vtpi.org


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