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ecosystem transportation capacity

The number of vehicles that a given ecosystem of a given mode can accomodate in a given time. For example, a street (an ecosystem) might accomodate five thousand cars (a mode) per lane per day.

Used to calculate:

Varies by: transportmode and ecosystem

UsedtransportmodeecosystemReferenceLocation: Ecosystem
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* Airplane Agricultural field / vegetable garden FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we assume that planes are at landing speed of approximately 160 knots (i.e. 160 nautical miles / hour, equivalent to 184.25 mph), and planes maintain a minimum spacing of 1.5 nm (i.e. 1.726 miles), then up to 106 planes could go by each hour in each "lane" that is 1.5 nm wide.
* Airplane Airfield FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Airport terminal FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Alley FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Apartment building FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Beach FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Bike lane FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Bioswale FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Boulevard (arterial) FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Bridge FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Camp FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Cemetery FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Cistern / rain barrels FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Cliffs and rock outcrops FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Cogeneration plant FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Compost bin FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Computer data center FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Cottages / Mobile home FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Deep water estuary FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Derelict structures FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Diesel power plant FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Disturbed Land FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Eelgrass meadow FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Elevated train FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Estuary FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Factory FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Freshwater marsh FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Fuel storage tank FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Garage FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Gas station FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Geothermal pump FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Graywater recycling FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Greenhouse / vertical farm FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Green roof FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Hardwood swamp FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Heavy rail line FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Hemlock – northern hardwood forest FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane High salt marsh FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Highway FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Hospital FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Hotel FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Landfill FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Lawn FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Light rail line FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Low salt marsh FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Meadow FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Mixed use: office / residential building FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Mixed use: restaurant / office building FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Mixed use: restaurant / residential building FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Mixed use: restaurant / retail building FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Mixed use: retail / office building FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Mixed use: retail / residential building FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Natural gas power plant FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Oak hickory forest FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Office building FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Orchard FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Ornamental garden FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Parking lot FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Park savanna FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Paved ball field/court FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Pedestrian bridge FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Pedestrian street / plaza FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Permeable pavers FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Photovoltaic panels FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Pier FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Pond FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Public assembly hall FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
Airplane Puddles on hardtops NULL REFERENCE NULL REFERENCE LOCATON: NULL ECOSYSTEM (NULL STUDY PERIOD) None DUMMY UNIT
* Airplane Restaurant FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Retail building FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane School or university FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Sewage treatment plant FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Shrub land FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Sidewalk FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Single family home FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Solar energy facility FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Solar heating panels FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Solid waste transfer plant FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Stadium FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Stream FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Streetcar line FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Street (collector) FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Street trees FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Subway FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Swimming pool FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Tidal energy facility FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Traffic slowed street FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Trail FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Tunnel FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Utility yard FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Warehouse FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Waste energy power plant FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Water treatment plant FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Water/wastewater storage tank FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Airplane Wind farm FAA 2013 Aeronautical Information Manual Within 30 nm of major US cities: Air from surface to 10,000 feet above MSL (2013) 106 airplanes / hour / 1.5 miles (of lateral separation) For Class B airspace, VFR aircraft are separated from all VFR/IFR aircraft which weigh more than 19,000 pounds or less and turbojets by no less than: (a) 1 1/2 miles lateral separation, or (b) 500 feet vertical separation, or (c) Visual separation. If we (...)
* Bicycle Agricultural field / vegetable garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Airfield Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Airport terminal Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Alley TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 800 vehicles / hour / 11 foot lane Assume same as bike lane
* Bicycle Apartment building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Beach Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Bike lane Ferrara 1975 Two-lane intersections and crossings Davis, CA: Street intersections () 3060 bicycles / hour / 1.2 meter
Bicycle Bike lane FHWA 1998 Capacity Analysis of Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities USA: One-way, on-street bicycle facilities () 300 bicycles / hour / 3 m path Level of Service B-C for commuters; LOS E-F for recreational bicyclists
Bicycle Bike lane Homburger 1976 Capacity of bus routes and of pedestrian and bicycle facilities Davis, CA: Bicycle lane () 2600 bicycles / hour / meter of bike lane Saturation flow rate
Bicycle Bike lane Raksuntorn & Khan 2004 Saturation flow rate... capacity for bicycles at signalized intersections Davis, CA: Bike lane (June - August 2000) 6750 bicycles / hour / 3 m path Saturation flow rate is 6000 to 7500 bikes / hour in 3.05 m bike lane (with 4 - 5 sublanes)
Bicycle Bike lane TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 800 vehicles / hour / 11 foot lane For a 3 m shared bike path / pedestrian facility, the maximum bicycle rate is 800 bicycles / hour, which typically produces level of service F for both pedestrians and bicyclists
* Bicycle Bioswale Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Boulevard (arterial) Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width assume that no bicycles are allowed on boulevards without a bike lane
* Bicycle Bridge Allen, D. Patrick et al. 1998 Operational analysis of uninterrupted bicycle facilities United States: bridge (1998) 3060 bicycles / hour / 1.2 meter
* Bicycle Camp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Cemetery Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Cistern / rain barrels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Cliffs and rock outcrops Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Cogeneration plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Compost bin Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Computer data center Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Cottages / Mobile home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Deep water estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Derelict structures Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Diesel power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Disturbed Land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Eelgrass meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Elevated train Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Factory Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Freshwater marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Fuel storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Garage Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Gas station Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Geothermal pump Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Graywater recycling Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Greenhouse / vertical farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Green roof Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Hardwood swamp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Heavy rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Hemlock – northern hardwood forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle High salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Highway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Hospital Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Hotel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Landfill Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Lawn Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Light rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Low salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Mixed use: office / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Mixed use: restaurant / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Mixed use: restaurant / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Mixed use: restaurant / retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Mixed use: retail / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Mixed use: retail / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Natural gas power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Oak hickory forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Orchard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Ornamental garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Parking lot Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Park savanna Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Paved ball field/court Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Pedestrian bridge Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Pedestrian street / plaza Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width no bicycling allowed on pedestrian streets / plazas unless they have a bike lane modifier
* Bicycle Permeable pavers Allen, D. Patrick et al. 1998 Operational analysis of uninterrupted bicycle facilities United States: bridge (1998) 3060 bicycles / hour / 1.2 meter assumed Bicycle lane value; no real load limit capacity for bicycle permeable pavers
* Bicycle Photovoltaic panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Pier Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Pond Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Public assembly hall Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
Bicycle Puddles on hardtops NULL REFERENCE NULL REFERENCE LOCATON: NULL ECOSYSTEM (NULL STUDY PERIOD) None DUMMY UNIT
* Bicycle Restaurant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle School or university Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Sewage treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Shrub land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Sidewalk Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width assume no bicycles are allowed on sidewalks
* Bicycle Single family home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Solar energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Solar heating panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Solid waste transfer plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Stadium Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Stream Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Streetcar line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Street (collector) TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 800 vehicles / hour / 11 foot lane assume same capacity as shared bike path
* Bicycle Street trees Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Subway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Swimming pool Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Tidal energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Traffic slowed street TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 800 vehicles / hour / 11 foot lane assume same as TRB 2000 estimate for shared bike path
* Bicycle Trail Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Tunnel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 bicycles / hour / 1.2 meter
* Bicycle Utility yard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Warehouse Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Waste energy power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Water treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Water/wastewater storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bicycle Wind farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Agricultural field / vegetable garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Airfield Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Airport terminal Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Alley Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Apartment building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Beach Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Bike lane Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Bioswale Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Boulevard (arterial) TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 12 vehicles / hour / 11 foot lane Central business district
* Bus Bridge NYC DOT 2014 NYC Bridge Traffic Volumes New York City: transportation (2014) 871 vehicles / day / 12 foot width average per day over Manhattan Bridge for westbound and eastbound (assumed 1 lane each) so divide by two
* Bus Camp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Cemetery Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Cistern / rain barrels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Cliffs and rock outcrops Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Cogeneration plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Compost bin Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Computer data center Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Cottages / Mobile home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Deep water estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Derelict structures Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Diesel power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Disturbed Land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Eelgrass meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Elevated train Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Factory Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Freshwater marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Fuel storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Garage Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Gas station Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Geothermal pump Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Graywater recycling Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Greenhouse / vertical farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Green roof Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Hardwood swamp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Heavy rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Hemlock – northern hardwood forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus High salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Highway TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 1340 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane Service volume for a Class I two-lane rural highway, Level of Service E = 2680 vehicles / hour (1340 vehicles / hour / lane). Highways have minimum lane widths of 12 feet in the USA.
* Bus Hospital Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Hotel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Landfill Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Lawn Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Light rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Low salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Mixed use: office / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Mixed use: restaurant / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Mixed use: restaurant / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Mixed use: restaurant / retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Mixed use: retail / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Mixed use: retail / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Natural gas power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Oak hickory forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Orchard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Ornamental garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Parking lot Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Park savanna Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Paved ball field/court Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Pedestrian bridge Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Pedestrian street / plaza Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Permeable pavers TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 12 vehicles / hour / 11 foot lane assumed bus capacity for smallest roadbed (collector) for permeable paver
* Bus Photovoltaic panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Pier Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Pond Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Public assembly hall Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
Bus Puddles on hardtops NULL REFERENCE NULL REFERENCE LOCATON: NULL ECOSYSTEM (NULL STUDY PERIOD) None DUMMY UNIT
* Bus Restaurant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus School or university Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Sewage treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Shrub land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Sidewalk Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Single family home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Solar energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Solar heating panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Solid waste transfer plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Stadium Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Stream Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Streetcar line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Street (collector) TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 12 vehicles / hour / 11 foot lane Central business district (5 min headway)
* Bus Street trees Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Subway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Swimming pool Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Tidal energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Traffic slowed street Burchfield 1995 Traffic calming collector streets: Portland's experience Portland, OR: Traffic calmed streets () 5822 vehicles / day / 12 foot width
* Bus Trail Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Tunnel Kittelson & Associates, Inc. et al 2003 Part 2 Bus Transit Capacity United States: tunnel/bridge (2003) 735 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane maximum number of buses using an exclusive bus lane in North America achieved in Lincoln Tunnel, NYC
* Bus Utility yard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Warehouse Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Waste energy power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Water treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Water/wastewater storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Bus Wind farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Agricultural field / vegetable garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Airfield Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Airport terminal Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Alley Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Apartment building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Beach Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Bike lane Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Bioswale Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Boulevard (arterial) Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Bridge Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 ferry / hour / 75 feet
* Ferry Camp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Cemetery Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Cistern / rain barrels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Cliffs and rock outcrops Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Cogeneration plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Compost bin Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Computer data center Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Cottages / Mobile home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Deep water estuary New York City Department of Transportation 2012 - Staten Island Ferry New York City: Bay () 4 ferry / hour / 75 feet assumed same as Estuary
* Ferry Derelict structures Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Diesel power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Disturbed Land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Eelgrass meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Elevated train Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Estuary New York City Department of Transportation 2012 - Staten Island Ferry New York City: Bay () 4 ferry / hour / 75 feet The Staten Island ferry runs four times per hour at rush hour
* Ferry Factory Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Freshwater marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Fuel storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Garage Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Gas station Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Geothermal pump Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Graywater recycling Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Greenhouse / vertical farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Green roof Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Hardwood swamp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Heavy rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Hemlock – northern hardwood forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry High salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Highway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Hospital Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Hotel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Landfill Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Lawn Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Light rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Low salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Mixed use: office / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Mixed use: restaurant / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Mixed use: restaurant / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Mixed use: restaurant / retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Mixed use: retail / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Mixed use: retail / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Natural gas power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Oak hickory forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Orchard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Ornamental garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Parking lot Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Park savanna Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Paved ball field/court Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Pedestrian bridge Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Pedestrian street / plaza Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Permeable pavers Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Photovoltaic panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Pier Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Pond Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Public assembly hall Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
Ferry Puddles on hardtops NULL REFERENCE NULL REFERENCE LOCATON: NULL ECOSYSTEM (NULL STUDY PERIOD) None DUMMY UNIT
* Ferry Restaurant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry School or university Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Sewage treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Shrub land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Sidewalk Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Single family home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Solar energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Solar heating panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Solid waste transfer plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Stadium Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Stream Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Streetcar line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Street (collector) Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Street trees Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Subway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Swimming pool Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Tidal energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Traffic slowed street Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Trail Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Tunnel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 ferry / hour / 75 feet
* Ferry Utility yard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Warehouse Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Waste energy power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Water treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Water/wastewater storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Ferry Wind farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Agricultural field / vegetable garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Airfield Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Airport terminal Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Alley Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Apartment building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Beach Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Bike lane Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Bioswale Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Boulevard (arterial) TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 790 vehicles / hour / 11 foot lane Level of Service E, Class IV street
* Personal motor vehicle Bridge NYC DOT 2014 NYC Bridge Traffic Volumes New York City: transportation (2014) 12482 vehicles / day / 12 foot width sum of westbound & eastbound autos, single unit trucks, tractor trailers , etc. divided by 7 vehicle lanes Manhattan Bridge supports
* Personal motor vehicle Camp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Cemetery Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Cistern / rain barrels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Cliffs and rock outcrops Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Cogeneration plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Compost bin Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Computer data center Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Cottages / Mobile home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Deep water estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Derelict structures Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Diesel power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Disturbed Land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Eelgrass meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Elevated train Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Factory Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Freshwater marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Fuel storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Garage Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Gas station Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Geothermal pump Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Graywater recycling Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Greenhouse / vertical farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Green roof Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Hardwood swamp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Heavy rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Hemlock – northern hardwood forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle High salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Highway TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 1340 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane Service volume for a Class I two-lane rural highway, Level of Service E = 2680 vehicles / hour (1340 vehicles / hour / lane). Highways have minimum lane widths of 12 feet in the USA.
Personal motor vehicle Highway TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 1830 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane Service volume for a 3-lane, Type A Freeway Weaving Segment at Level of Service E is 5490 vehicles / hour (or 1830 vehicles / hour / lane)
* Personal motor vehicle Hospital Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Hotel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Landfill Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Lawn Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Light rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Low salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Mixed use: office / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Mixed use: restaurant / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Mixed use: restaurant / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Mixed use: restaurant / retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Mixed use: retail / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Mixed use: retail / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Natural gas power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Oak hickory forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Orchard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Ornamental garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Parking lot Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Park savanna Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Paved ball field/court Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Pedestrian bridge Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Pedestrian street / plaza Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Permeable pavers TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 790 vehicles / hour / 11 foot lane assumed smallest roadbed load capacity (collector)
* Personal motor vehicle Photovoltaic panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Pier Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Pond Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Public assembly hall Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
Personal motor vehicle Puddles on hardtops NULL REFERENCE NULL REFERENCE LOCATON: NULL ECOSYSTEM (NULL STUDY PERIOD) None DUMMY UNIT
* Personal motor vehicle Restaurant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle School or university Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Sewage treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Shrub land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Sidewalk Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Single family home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Solar energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Solar heating panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Solid waste transfer plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Stadium Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Stream Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Streetcar line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Street (collector) TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 790 vehicles / hour / 11 foot lane Level of Service E, Class IV street
Personal motor vehicle Street (collector) TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 840 vehicles / hour / 11 foot lane Level of Service E, Class III street
* Personal motor vehicle Street trees Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Subway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Swimming pool Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Tidal energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Traffic slowed street Burchfield 1995 Traffic calming collector streets: Portland's experience Portland, OR: Traffic calmed streets () 5822 vehicles / day / 12 foot width After various traffic calming, vehicles per day (VPD) decreased 10 - 19% , for example, from 6,300 - 7,400 vpd on NE 7th Ave. NE 7th Ave is 36 feet wide, two lanes of traffic in each direction.
* Personal motor vehicle Trail Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Tunnel NYC DOT 2014 NYC Bridge Traffic Volumes New York City: transportation (2014) 18694 vehicles / day / 12 foot width sum of eastbound & westbound vehicle volumes divided by six traffic lanes supported by Lincoln Tunnel
* Personal motor vehicle Utility yard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Warehouse Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Waste energy power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Water treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Water/wastewater storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Personal motor vehicle Wind farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Agricultural field / vegetable garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Airfield Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Airport terminal Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Alley Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Apartment building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Beach Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Bike lane Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Bioswale Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Boulevard (arterial) Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Bridge Assumed New York City: Mannahatta () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Camp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Cemetery Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Cistern / rain barrels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Cliffs and rock outcrops Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Cogeneration plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Compost bin Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Computer data center Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Cottages / Mobile home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Deep water estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Derelict structures Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Diesel power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Disturbed Land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Eelgrass meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Elevated train Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Factory Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Freshwater marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Fuel storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Garage Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Gas station Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Geothermal pump Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Graywater recycling Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Greenhouse / vertical farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Green roof Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Hardwood swamp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Heavy rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Hemlock – northern hardwood forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar High salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Highway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Hospital Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Hotel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Landfill Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Lawn Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Light rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Low salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Mixed use: office / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Mixed use: restaurant / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Mixed use: restaurant / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Mixed use: restaurant / retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Mixed use: retail / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Mixed use: retail / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Natural gas power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Oak hickory forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Orchard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Ornamental garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Parking lot Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Park savanna Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Paved ball field/court Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Pedestrian bridge Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Pedestrian street / plaza Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Permeable pavers Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Photovoltaic panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Pier Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Pond Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Public assembly hall Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
Streetcar Puddles on hardtops NULL REFERENCE NULL REFERENCE LOCATON: NULL ECOSYSTEM (NULL STUDY PERIOD) None DUMMY UNIT
* Streetcar Restaurant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar School or university Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Sewage treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Shrub land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Sidewalk Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Single family home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Solar energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Solar heating panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Solid waste transfer plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Stadium Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Stream Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Streetcar line TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 30 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane Typical light rail capacities: 30 train / track / hr
Streetcar Streetcar line Sanderson 2013 Terra Nova: The New World After Oil, Cars, and Suburbs USA: US Towns and Cities () 400 vehicles / day / 12 foot width Usual capacity, not maximum capacity, for a 20 hour day
Streetcar Streetcar line Williams 2011 Evaluation methods for different modes of transportation USA and Canada: Various transport modes () 75.5 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane Williams estimates 11,200 passengers per hour on a streetcar, with peak load factor of 0.87 and passenger capacity of 158 people/car. From these figures we estimate 75.5 of streetcars per hour per line
* Streetcar Street (collector) Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Street trees Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Subway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Swimming pool Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Tidal energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Traffic slowed street Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Trail Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Tunnel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Utility yard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Warehouse Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Waste energy power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Water treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Water/wastewater storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Streetcar Wind farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Agricultural field / vegetable garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Airfield Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Airport terminal Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Alley Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Apartment building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Beach Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Bike lane Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Bioswale Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Boulevard (arterial) Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Bridge NYC DOT 2015 Manhattan Bridge NYC: bridge (2015) 10 vehicles / day / 12 foot width 950 trains per day over four tracks (divided by 4) divided by 24 hours in a day = appx. 10 trains and hour
* Subway Camp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Cemetery Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Cistern / rain barrels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Cliffs and rock outcrops Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Cogeneration plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Compost bin Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Computer data center Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Cottages / Mobile home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Deep water estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Derelict structures Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Diesel power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Disturbed Land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Eelgrass meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Elevated train TheSubwayStation 2012 Trains per Hour New York City: New York City Transit Subway Trains (2011) 15 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane The 4 and 5 lines run 15 trains per hour during the morning rush.
* Subway Estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Factory Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Freshwater marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Fuel storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Garage Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Gas station Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Geothermal pump Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Graywater recycling Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Greenhouse / vertical farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Green roof Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Hardwood swamp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Heavy rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Hemlock – northern hardwood forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway High salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Highway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Hospital Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Hotel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Landfill Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Lawn Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Light rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Low salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Mixed use: office / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Mixed use: restaurant / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Mixed use: restaurant / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Mixed use: restaurant / retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Mixed use: retail / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Mixed use: retail / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Natural gas power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Oak hickory forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Orchard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Ornamental garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Parking lot Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Park savanna Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Paved ball field/court Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Pedestrian bridge Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Pedestrian street / plaza Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Permeable pavers Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Photovoltaic panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Pier Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Pond Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Public assembly hall Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
Subway Puddles on hardtops NULL REFERENCE NULL REFERENCE LOCATON: NULL ECOSYSTEM (NULL STUDY PERIOD) None DUMMY UNIT
* Subway Restaurant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway School or university Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Sewage treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Shrub land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Sidewalk Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Single family home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Solar energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Solar heating panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Solid waste transfer plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Stadium Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Stream Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Streetcar line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Street (collector) Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Street trees Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Subway TheSubwayStation 2012 Trains per Hour New York City: New York City Transit Subway Trains (2011) 15 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane During the morning rush, the E, F, 4 and 5 lines run 15 trains / hour.
Subway Subway TheSubwayStation 2012 Trains per Hour New York City: New York City Transit Subway Trains (2011) 12 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane During the morning rush, the 2 and 3 lines run 12 trains per hour
Subway Subway TheSubwayStation 2012 Trains per Hour New York City: New York City Transit Subway Trains (2011) 24 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane During the morning rush, the 6 and 7 lines runs 24 trains / hour.
* Subway Swimming pool Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Tidal energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Traffic slowed street Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Trail Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Tunnel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Utility yard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Warehouse Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Waste energy power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Water treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Water/wastewater storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Subway Wind farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Agricultural field / vegetable garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Airfield Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Airport terminal Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Alley Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Apartment building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Beach Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Bike lane Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Bioswale Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Boulevard (arterial) TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 790 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane same as personal vehicles
* Taxi Bridge NYC DOT 2014 NYC Bridge Traffic Volumes New York City: transportation (2014) 2827 vehicles / day / 12 foot width sum of eastbound and westbound taxis, liveries, limos on Williamsburg Bridge divided by 8 lanes of roads that the bridge supports
* Taxi Camp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Cemetery Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Cistern / rain barrels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Cliffs and rock outcrops Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Cogeneration plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Compost bin Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Computer data center Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Cottages / Mobile home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Deep water estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Derelict structures Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Diesel power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Disturbed Land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Eelgrass meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Elevated train Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Factory Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Freshwater marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Fuel storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Garage Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Gas station Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Geothermal pump Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Graywater recycling Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Greenhouse / vertical farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Green roof Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Hardwood swamp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Heavy rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Hemlock – northern hardwood forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi High salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Highway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Hospital Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Hotel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Landfill Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Lawn Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Light rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Low salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Mixed use: office / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Mixed use: restaurant / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Mixed use: restaurant / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Mixed use: restaurant / retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Mixed use: retail / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Mixed use: retail / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Natural gas power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Oak hickory forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Orchard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Ornamental garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Parking lot Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Park savanna Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Paved ball field/court Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Pedestrian bridge Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Pedestrian street / plaza Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Permeable pavers TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 790 vehicles / hour / 11 foot lane assumed smallest roadbed load capacity (roadbed)
* Taxi Photovoltaic panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Pier Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Pond Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Public assembly hall Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
Taxi Puddles on hardtops NULL REFERENCE NULL REFERENCE LOCATON: NULL ECOSYSTEM (NULL STUDY PERIOD) None DUMMY UNIT
* Taxi Restaurant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi School or university Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Sewage treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Shrub land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Sidewalk Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Single family home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Solar energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Solar heating panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Solid waste transfer plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Stadium Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Stream Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Streetcar line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Street (collector) TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 790 vehicles / hour / 11 foot lane Level of Service E, Class IV street
* Taxi Street trees Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Subway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Swimming pool Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Tidal energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Traffic slowed street Burchfield 1995 Traffic calming collector streets: Portland's experience Portland, OR: Traffic calmed streets () 5822 vehicles / day / 12 foot width
* Taxi Trail Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Tunnel The World Road Association, PIARC 2015 6.2 Theoretical and practical tunnel traffic capacity Global: Tunnels (2015) 2200 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane theoretical tunnel carrying capacity assumed for taxis
* Taxi Utility yard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Warehouse Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Waste energy power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Water treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Water/wastewater storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Taxi Wind farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Agricultural field / vegetable garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Airfield Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Airport terminal Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Alley Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Apartment building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Beach Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Bike lane Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Bioswale Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Boulevard (arterial) Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Bridge Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Camp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Cemetery Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Cistern / rain barrels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Cliffs and rock outcrops Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Cogeneration plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Compost bin Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Computer data center Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Cottages / Mobile home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Deep water estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Derelict structures Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Diesel power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Disturbed Land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Eelgrass meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Elevated train Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Factory Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Freshwater marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Fuel storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Garage Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Gas station Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Geothermal pump Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Graywater recycling Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Greenhouse / vertical farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Green roof Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Hardwood swamp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Heavy rail line Anon 2013 The Long Island Rail Road Today New York City: LIRR terminals (2013) 9.25 trains / hour / 66 foot right of way Peak trains per hour into Penn Station on the Long Island Railroad from the east is estimated to be 37 trains per hour after the expansion (to 4 tracks) is complete. 37 tph / 4 = 9.25 trains per hour per track. The LIRR right of way is 66 feet wide.
Train Heavy rail line Anon 2013 The Long Island Rail Road Today New York City: LIRR terminals (2013) 6 trains / hour / 66 foot right of way After the east side expansion is complete to 4 tracks, it is estimated that Grand Central Terminal can accommodate 24 trains per hour, or 6 trains per hour per track. The LIRR right of way is 66 feet.
* Train Hemlock – northern hardwood forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train High salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Highway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Hospital Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Hotel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Landfill Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Lawn Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Light rail line TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 30 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane Typical light rail capacity based on 30 trains / track / hour
* Train Light rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Low salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Mixed use: office / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Mixed use: restaurant / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Mixed use: restaurant / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Mixed use: restaurant / retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Mixed use: retail / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Mixed use: retail / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Natural gas power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Oak hickory forest Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Orchard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Ornamental garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Parking lot Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Park savanna Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Paved ball field/court Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Pedestrian bridge Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Pedestrian street / plaza Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Permeable pavers Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Photovoltaic panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Pier Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Pond Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Public assembly hall Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
Train Puddles on hardtops NULL REFERENCE NULL REFERENCE LOCATON: NULL ECOSYSTEM (NULL STUDY PERIOD) None DUMMY UNIT
* Train Restaurant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train School or university Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Sewage treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Shrub land Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Sidewalk Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Single family home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Solar energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Solar heating panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Solid waste transfer plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Stadium Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Stream Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Streetcar line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Street (collector) Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Street trees Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Subway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / hour / 12 foot lane
* Train Swimming pool Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Tidal energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Traffic slowed street Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Trail Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Tunnel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Utility yard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Warehouse Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Waste energy power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Water treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Water/wastewater storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Train Wind farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Agricultural field / vegetable garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Assume gardens are private with no through traffic
* Walking Airfield Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Airport terminal Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Alley TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 50 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Assume non-central business district rate
* Walking Apartment building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Beach TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 50 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Assume non-central business district rate
* Walking Bike lane Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Bioswale Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Boulevard (arterial) Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Bridge NYC DOT 2015 Manhattan Bridge Mobility and Safety Improvements New York City: bridge (2015) 763 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk peak volume rates divided by two sidewalks on bridge
* Walking Camp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Cemetery Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Cistern / rain barrels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Cliffs and rock outcrops Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Cogeneration plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Compost bin Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Computer data center Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Cottages / Mobile home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Deep water estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Derelict structures Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Diesel power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Disturbed Land TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 50 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Assume non-central business district rate
* Walking Eelgrass meadow Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Elevated train Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Estuary Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Factory Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Freshwater marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Fuel storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Garage Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Gas station Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Geothermal pump Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Graywater recycling Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Greenhouse / vertical farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Green roof Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Hardwood swamp Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Heavy rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Hemlock – northern hardwood forest TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 25 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Assume half of the non-central business district rate
* Walking High salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Highway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Hospital Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Hotel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Landfill Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Lawn Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Don't walk on the grass!
* Walking Light rail line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Low salt marsh Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Meadow TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 50 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Assume the non-central business district rate
* Walking Mixed use: office / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Mixed use: restaurant / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Mixed use: restaurant / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Mixed use: restaurant / retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Mixed use: retail / office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Mixed use: retail / residential building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Natural gas power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Oak hickory forest TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 25 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Assume half the non-central business district rate
* Walking Office building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Orchard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Assume orchards are private with no through traffic
* Walking Ornamental garden Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Assume gardens are private with no through traffic
* Walking Parking lot Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Park savanna TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 25 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Assume half the non-central business district rate; treating park savanna as oak-hickory (deciduous forest)
* Walking Paved ball field/court Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Pedestrian bridge TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 6800 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Pedestrian service volume in 15 min for Level of Service E = 1700 persons (or 6800 / hr). Assumes 1.5 m wide sidewalk. treating pedestrian bridge as suspended sidewalk
* Walking Pedestrian street / plaza TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 400 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Central business district
* Walking Permeable pavers TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 6800 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk assumed no real load capacity; a full sidewalk could be 100% permeable pavement; assumed sidewalk pedestrian volume
* Walking Photovoltaic panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Pier Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Pond Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Public assembly hall Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
Walking Puddles on hardtops NULL REFERENCE NULL REFERENCE LOCATON: NULL ECOSYSTEM (NULL STUDY PERIOD) None DUMMY UNIT
* Walking Restaurant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Retail building Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking School or university Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Sewage treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Shrub land TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 25 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Assume half the non-central business district rate
* Walking Sidewalk TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 6800 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Pedestrian service volume in 15 min for Level of Service E = 1700 persons (or 6800 / hr). Assumes 1.5 m wide sidewalk.
Walking Sidewalk TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 400 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Default value for central business district
Walking Sidewalk Gehl 2008 World Class Streets New York City: Streets (2007) 4298 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Weekday pedestrians between 8 am - 8 pm at 14th St btw 5th Ave & University = 51,580 people (4298 persons / hour)
Walking Sidewalk Gehl 2008 World Class Streets New York City: Streets (2007) 8395 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Weekday pedestrian traffic between 8 am - 8 pm on 8th Ave btw 33rd & 34th Streets = 100,740 people (8395 persons/ hour)
Walking Sidewalk Gehl 2008 World Class Streets New York City: Streets (2007) 9833 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Weekday pedestrians between 8 am - 8 pm at Times Square (Broadway & 7th Ave at 44th) = 118,000 people (9833 pedestrians / hour)
* Walking Single family home Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Solar energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Solar heating panels Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Solid waste transfer plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Stadium Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Stream Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Streetcar line Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Street (collector) Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Street trees Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Subway Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Swimming pool Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Tidal energy facility Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Traffic slowed street Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk No walking in the street
* Walking Trail TRB 2000 Highway Capacity Manual USA: Streets and Highways (2000) 100 pedestrians / hour / 13 foot sidewalk Assume double the non-central business district rate
* Walking Tunnel Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Utility yard Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Warehouse Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Waste energy power plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Water treatment plant Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Water/wastewater storage tank Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width
* Walking Wind farm Assumed New York City: Urban Area () 0 vehicles / day / 10 m width

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