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Chapter Eight Conclusions
Pages 43-45

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... The provision of a bus stop pole and sign at the front door of a big box retailer is not considered an ideal integration of bus transit and land development. The operation of a bus route through a busy parking lot slows down bus service, increasing customer travel time and bus operating costs, and increasing the likelihood of conflicts with automobiles and pedestrians.
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... Transit planners can benefit from additional knowledge regarding the development process and how regulations can influence developments. Transit planners need to understand the developer's process, the timeline associated with that process, the economics of land development, and the 44 incentives that developers look for from local governments.
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... For example, on-site workshops should include participants with a wide array of backgrounds, and participants could be intermixed throughout the room to provide attendees with the widest possible range of perspectives. Transit agencies, local governments, planning organizations, and community groups could use the workshop outline and exercises to conduct educational workshops in their own regions.

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