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Update: for a shopping center with 3.8 million gross square feet of leasable area

1:24 PM PST on December 18, 2007

For anyone working on comments for the Warner Center Mall, I got some sobering numbers for the amount of trips that will be generated by the addition to your local mega-mall.

The following chart is from the ITE trip generation manual, for a shopping center with 3.8 million gross square feet of leasable area:

Original story here.

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