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Measuring the Milton-Madison Bridge Aesthetic Preferences of Multiple Subgroups Simultaneously Through the Use of Structured Public Involvement and the Casewise Visual Evaluation Process
(2010)
  • Theodore H. Grossardt, University of Kentucky
  • John B. Ripy, University of Kentucky
  • Keiron Bailey, University of Arizona
Keywords
  • Milton-Madison Bridge,
  • Aesthetic Preferences,
  • Structured Public Involvement,
  • Casewise Visual Evaluation
Publication Date
2010
Publisher
Kentucky Transportation Center, University of Kentucky
Publisher Statement
Review and Comments by
John Carr and Samantha Wright, Wilbur Smith and Associates Lexington, KY
And
Aaron Stover, Michael Baker Jr. Inc.
Louisville, KY
Citation Information
Theodore H. Grossardt, John B. Ripy and Keiron Bailey. Measuring the Milton-Madison Bridge Aesthetic Preferences of Multiple Subgroups Simultaneously Through the Use of Structured Public Involvement and the Casewise Visual Evaluation Process. Lexington, KY(2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ted_grossardt/60/