The Contribution of Transportation and Land Use to Citizen Perceptions of Livability in Oregon MPOs

Publication Year:
2018
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Repository URL:
https://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/trec_briefs/62; https://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/trec_reports/162
DOI:
10.15760/trec.198
Author(s):
Lewis, Rebecca; Parker, Robert
Publisher(s):
Portland State University Library
Tags:
Quality of life; City planning -- Oregon; Local transit -- Oregon; Transportation; Urban Studies
report description
Livability is a key focus of transportation and land use planning throughout the United States, and a concept that has been guiding U.S. Department of Transportation policy since 2009. In Oregon, the state’s long-range transportation plan identifies “enhancing livability” as a key outcome, but little research has tackled how these planning efforts contribute to residents’ perceptions of livability. This project seeks to fill this research need by exploring the question, “How do residents understand the connection between transportation and land use planning, and its association with livability?”