CSD Case Study [Summary]

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Title: CSD Case Study [Summary]
Alternative Title: Context Sensitive Solutions, Case Studies in Maryland
Author: German, Dennis
Abstract: Dennis German is Chief of Maryland State Highway's Community Design Division. Dennis' 30 plus year career in engineering highway improvements in Maryland includes managing the design of the I-68 Freeway in Western Maryland, I-270 corridor linking western commuters to the District of Columbia, the I-95 Fort McHenry Tunnel under Baltimore's Harbor and numerous urban roadway projects in Baltimore City. For the last seven years he has led the effort at State Highway to establish the Neighborhood Conservation Program, a key effort in Maryland's nationally recognized Smart Growth Program. This rewarding endeavor is major contributor to SHA's Thinking Beyond the Pavement effort and is helping bring important changes to over 120 communities in Maryland.
Description: Summary of a presentation from the Context Sensitive Design Symposium, May 2004, Atlanta, Georgia Case study
Type: Other
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/20266
Date: 2004-05-11
Contributor: Georgia Institute of Technology. Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development
Maryland. Dept. of Transportation
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Thinking Beyond the Pavement
Community safety and enhancement projects
Highway improvements in Maryland
Values and priorities

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