This project was funded by the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC) under grant number 1074. Cost match was provided by a generous grant from the St. George Area Convention and Tourism Office, and in-kind support from the University of Utah City and Metropolitan Planning Department. We are grateful for the support of our cost match partners, the involvement of all Zion Regional Collaborative partners, and the assistance of the many graduate students who contributed to this project.
Low-income housing -- United States, Community development -- United States, Rural development -- United States -- Planning
National parks and other natural amenities, because of their influx of visitors, can experience “big city problems” like congestion and sprawl. This education project developed strategies for teaching transportation planning in these unique communities.
Rumore, Danya, Diyva Chandrasekhar, Sarah Hinners. Teaching Transportation Planning in Natural Amenity Regions. Project Brief. NITC-ED-1074. Portland, OR: Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC), 2018.