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  • Parking in New Haven: Policy & Economic Development Framework

    This study of parking in downtown New Haven looks at availability, demand, and utilization of current parking options and forecasts future needs.

    Oct. 28, 2010

    Economy

  • New Haven Parking Working Group Notes

    At this meeting of the Parking Work Group, Jim Travers from the city's Department of Transportation, Traffic, and Parking spoke. The notes from the meeting include statistics on transportation infrastructure, as well as follow-up questions.

    Oct. 28, 2010

    Economy

  • Designing a High-Speed Rail Service

    This report details how a high-speed rail system could be best implemented in the Northeast.

    Jun. 30, 2010

    Economy

  • City of New Haven Complete Streets Design Manual

    This manual provides technical guidance on the building, rebuilding, repair, and rehabilitation of city streets, guided by a set of principles for an evolving understanding of the importance of streets to the social and economic fabric of a community. Additionally, this manual is intended to provide the city of New Haven the tools and information needed to engage in constructive converstaions about solving local traffic problems with City staff.

    Mar. 31, 2010

    Economy

  • New Haven Point-in-Time Survey and Parking Plan Update

    Point-in-time surveys have provided the city with a snapshot of parking utilization, pedestrian counts, and bicyclist counts in downtown New Haven. The report projects future transportation and parking needs, as well as providing suggestions to meet the increased demand.

    Mar. 9, 2010

    Economy

  • Assessment of Connecticut's Long Term Care System

    This report came out of the idea that long-term care is an important part of the health care system because it will affect nearly everyone at some point in their lives — whether it is because we need services and support ourselves, or we are providing care for someone in need. Blum Shapiro, a firm hired by CRI, conducted the required research and analyzed long-term care providers, recipients, and payers in Connecticut. This is part 1 in a six-part series, "Framework for Connecticut's Fiscal Future."

    Mar. 8, 2010

    Economy

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