Performance standards- storm runoff limits, noise and emission limits, trafficimpact limits, tree removal limitsImpact fees- if new development imposes externality costs on community atlarge, developer should pay fee commensurate externalities; despised by many and used as revenue sourceGrowth restrictions- cap on # of units or temporary moratoriums (3-5 ys)Traditional vs. New Urban PlanningoTraditional- separated uses, automobile oriented, uniform density, cul-de-sac hierarchy in neighborhoods oNew Urban- mixed use, public transportation and pedestrian oriented (sidewalks, house close to st, rear alley, grid street w restricted traffic flows Smart growth- maximize investment in areas with existing infrastructure; leads to more dense development What’s required for comprehensive planning?
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