Stepping Into La Jolla

March 9, 2010
DOI: 10.4016/16458.01
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Conference:
UCSD Urban Expo
Key findings:
In this research, we determined that the areas of La Jolla consisting of a canyon topography had high automobile dependency and low levels of pedestrian mobility. Additionally, the lack of alternative transportation options in La Jolla limits walkability, therefore affecting the health of the community. By implementing pedestrian and road improvements such as bulb outs, more distinct crosswalks, implementing rainbow curbs and the establishment of more transit stops, La Jolla can become a healthy community in which promotes pedestrian and alternative transit.
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Promoting Pedestrian Mobility and Public Transit in an Automobile- Dependent Community

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