ISBN-10:
0415725879
ISBN-13:
9780415725873
Pub. Date:
10/15/2014
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Incomplete Streets: Processes, Practices and Possibilities / Edition 1

Incomplete Streets: Processes, Practices and Possibilities / Edition 1

by Stephen Zavestoski, Julian Agyeman

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780415725873
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 10/15/2014
Series: Routledge Equity, Justice and the Sustainable City Series
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 346
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.72(d)

About the Author

Stephen Zavestoski is Sustainability Director at the College of Arts and Sciences and Co-Chair of the Environmental Studies Program at the University of San Francisco, USA.

Julian Agyeman is a Professor in the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, Tufts University, USA. He is Founding Editor of Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, published by Taylor and Francis.

Table of Contents

1. Complete Streets. What’s Missing? Stephen Zavestoski and Julian Agyeman 2. Of Love Affairs and Other Stories Peter Norton 3. Moving Beyond Fordism: "Complete Streets" and the Changing Political Economy of Urban Transportation Aaron Golub 4. Urban Spatial Mobility in the Age of Sustainability Themis Chronopoulos 5. The Unbearable Weight of Irresponsibility and the Lightness of Tumbleweeds: Cumulative Irresponsibility in Neoliberal Streetscapes Do J. Lee 6. The Street as Ecology Vikas Mehta 7. Curbing Cruising: Lowriding and the Domestication of Denver’s Northside Sig Langegger 8. Recruiting People Like You: Socioeconomic Sustainability in Minneapolis’s Bicycle Infrastructure Melody Hoffmann 9. "One day, the white people are going to want these houses again": Understanding Gentrification through the North Oakland Farmers Market Josh Cadji and Alison Hope Alkon 10. Reversing Complete Streets Disparities: Portland’s Community Watershed Stewardship Program Erin Goodling and Cameron Herrington 11. Compl(eat)ing the Streets: Legalizing Sidewalk Food Vending in Los Angeles Mark Vallianatos 12. Fixing the City in the Context of Neoliberalism: Institutionalized DIY Lusi Morhayim 13. The Most Complete Street in the World: A Dream Deferred and Co-Opted Anna Livia Brand 14. The Politics of Sustainability: Contested Urban Bikeway Development in Portland, Oregon Thaddeus R. Miller and Amy Lubitow 15. Incomplete Streets, Complete Regions: In Search of an Equitable Scale Karen Chapple 16. Towards an Understanding of Complete Streets: Equity, Justice and Sustainability Stephen Zavestoski and Julian Agyeman

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