Greg Dale provides an overview of traffic impact studies.
C. Gregory Dale, FAICP, is a founding Principal with McBride Dale Clarion, the Cincinnati affiliate office of Clarion Associates. He has managed planning projects throughout the country, and is a frequent speaker at planning and zoning workshops throughout the country.
Between 1991 and 2009, Dale authored 21 articles in the Ethics & the Planning Commission series for the Planning Commissioners Journal, and also covered a range of transportation and zoning topics. He is also a co-author of The Planning Commissioners Guide (American Planning Association, 2013).
All of Dale’s Planning Commissioners Journal articles are listed below. Click on the title to read excerpts. PlannersWeb members can also download the complete articles in pdf format, as published in the PCJ.
Greg Dale provides a brief overview of the “3-C” process and the four levels of the transportation planning process.
Greg Dale discusses the dilemma facing planning commissions when they have a frequently absent or unprepared commissioner.
Is helping to ensure that your zoning code allows for affordable housing one of your ethical obligations as a planning commissioner?
When should you refuse to discuss a matter before your planning board? Greg Dale offers some cautions about ex-parte contacts.
Your spouse hopes for work from a developer, and guess who’s before you for a permit? What should you do? Plus responses to questions from readers regarding conflicts of interest.