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Detroit Infrastructure Recommendations

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Pamela Weir

on 3 March 2013

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Transcript of Detroit Infrastructure Recommendations

City of Detroit Infrastructure Recommendations Buildings Vacant Public Lighting Public Transit Solid Waste Management Problem Statement Problem Statement Problem Statement Problem Statement Policy/Program Alternatives Policy/Program Alternatives Policy/Program Alternatives Policy/Program Alternatives Final Proposal Final Proposal Final Proposal Final Proposal Criteria Criteria Criteria Criteria Outcomes Projected Outcomes Projected Outcomes Projected Outcomes Projected Currently, vacant buildings are: Currently, public transit is: INEFFICIENT UNRELIABLE UNSAFE OVERCROWDED ABUNDANT SCATTERED HAZARDOUS BLIGHTED COSTLY Currently, street lighting is: Currently, solid waste collection and disposal are: INEFFICIENT EXPENSIVE INCONSISTENT TOXIC PRIVATIZATION BUS RAPID TRANSIT REGIONAL TRANSIT RECONFIGURATION MAINTAIN OR CLOSE PRIVATIZATION PREPAID SERVICE MODEL INCINERATOR INTO
RECYCLING CENTER COLLECTION RECONFIGURATION COMBINED
APPROACH TRANSIT SYSTEM COMPREHENSIVE MOBILITY ENVIRONMENT EQUALITY, EQUITY, TRANSPORTATION CONNECTIVITY COMMUNITY COST CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT POLITICAL ACCEPTABILITY LEGALITY ROBUSTNESS AND BROKEN OBSOLETE INADEQUATE COST-EFFECTIVENESS EQUALITY, EQUITY, ENVIRONMENT NEIGHBORHOODS CLEANER AIR NEW JOBS SAVINGS TARGETED DEMOLITION REHABILITATION COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS PREVENTION NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION OPPORTUNITIES EMPOWERMENT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RESIDENT COMMUNITIES NEEDS MET INCREASED TRANSFORM TRASH PRIVATIZE FAIRNESS, AND JUSTICE INCINERATOR REGIONAL SERVICE FEES IMPROVABILITY AND FAIRNESS COMPREHENSIVE AUTHORITY COST GREENER RELOCATION PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP MAYOR'S LIGHTING STRATEGY MAYOR BING'S FOUR-PHASE STREET LIGHTING STRATEGY EQUALITY, EQUITY, FAIRNESS, AND JUSTICE EFFICIENCY POLITICAL ACCEPTABILITY ILLUMINATED STREETS DECREASE IN CRIME VIBRANT COMMUNITY COST-EFFECTIVENESS
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