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City Walks & The Pedestrian Tactile Experience By Alicia Sewsanker
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Mixed-use building that grips the use of tactile architecture through the design of a building facade that focuses on the visual connection created between the building facade, the pedestrian and the... More > street level< Less
Enhancing Urban Centers: Connecting Gray with Green in Kansas City's Downtown Loop By Chadd Fuemmeler
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Adapting George Kessler’s practices, principles, and ideals behind the Kansas City Parks and Boulevard System to contemporary practices, principles, and ideals in landscape architecture will... More > allow a designer to enhance urban centers. Using my findings, I will develop a master plan for the Kansas City Downtown Loop. By enhancing sites with parks and plazas connected with pedestrian friendly greenways, the Downtown Loop will be a safer, more pleasant place for pedestrians and motorists alike.< Less
Enhancing Urban Centers: Connecting Gray with Green in Kansas City's Downtown Loop By Chadd Fuemmeler
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Adapting George Kessler’s practices, principles, and ideals behind the Kansas City Parks and Boulevard System to contemporary practices, principles, and ideals in landscape architecture will... More > allow a designer to enhance urban centers. Using my findings, I will develop a master plan for the Kansas City Downtown Loop. By enhancing sites with parks and plazas connected with pedestrian friendly greenways, the Downtown Loop will be a safer, more pleasant place for pedestrians and motorists alike.< Less
OTREC-ED-10-01 By Lynn Weigand
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This project expanded an existing course to include these learning objectives: - learn principles of bicycle and pedestrian facility design - understand integration of bicycle and pedestrian... More > facilities within the right-of-way - understand basic transportation research and data collection methods - apply course content through project work The course focused on improving bicycle and pedestrian connects to the Portland State University campus. Teams of graduate and undergraduate students worked to develop a problem statement, identify stakeholders, recommend a public involvement process, develop evaluation criteria and alternative solutions, evaluate alternatives, select a preferred alternative, and create a grant application. The course received excellent reviews from the students, who found it useful to apply design and planning principles to a project. It provides a model for course expansion on related topics and can be shared and adapted for use elsewhere.< Less
OTREC-ED-10-01 By Lynn Weigand
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This project expanded an existing course to include these learning objectives: - learn principles of bicycle and pedestrian facility design - understand integration of bicycle and pedestrian... More > facilities within the right-of-way - understand basic transportation research and data collection methods - apply course content through project work The course focused on improving bicycle and pedestrian connects to the Portland State University campus. Teams of graduate and undergraduate students worked to develop a problem statement, identify stakeholders, recommend a public involvement process, develop evaluation criteria and alternative solutions, evaluate alternatives, select a preferred alternative, and create a grant application. The course received excellent reviews from the students, who found it useful to apply design and planning principles to a project. It provides a model for course expansion on related topics and can be shared and adapted for use elsewhere.< Less
OTREC-ED-10-01 By Lynn Weigand
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This project expanded an existing course to include these learning objectives: - learn principles of bicycle and pedestrian facility design - understand integration of bicycle and pedestrian... More > facilities within the right-of-way - understand basic transportation research and data collection methods - apply course content through project work The course focused on improving bicycle and pedestrian connects to the Portland State University campus. Teams of graduate and undergraduate students worked to develop a problem statement, identify stakeholders, recommend a public involvement process, develop evaluation criteria and alternative solutions, evaluate alternatives, select a preferred alternative, and create a grant application. The course received excellent reviews from the students, who found it useful to apply design and planning principles to a project. It provides a model for course expansion on related topics and can be shared and adapted for use elsewhere.< Less
OTREC-ED-10-01 By Lynn Weigand
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This project expanded an existing course to include these learning objectives: - learn principles of bicycle and pedestrian facility design - understand integration of bicycle and pedestrian... More > facilities within the right-of-way - understand basic transportation research and data collection methods - apply course content through project work The course focused on improving bicycle and pedestrian connects to the Portland State University campus. Teams of graduate and undergraduate students worked to develop a problem statement, identify stakeholders, recommend a public involvement process, develop evaluation criteria and alternative solutions, evaluate alternatives, select a preferred alternative, and create a grant application. The course received excellent reviews from the students, who found it useful to apply design and planning principles to a project. It provides a model for course expansion on related topics and can be shared and adapted for use elsewhere.< Less
OTREC-RR-12-12 By Nico Larco
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This study looks at travel to suburban commercial strips by residents living within one-third of a mile of the strip, focusing on six sites in Oregon and Georgia. The study mapped pedsheds around... More > these strips and found significant increases in network extents when formal and informal pedestrian paths were added to street centerline data. Informal networks such as paths through vacant land and cuts in fences were widespread and suggest a pent-up demand for route directness. Travel surveys found significant walking and biking in these areas – just over one-third of all trips to the commercial strip – with travel distance and walking along or across arterials affecting mode choice. This suggests network extent and connectivity are factors critical to walking and biking in these areas. Mode choice motivations included convenience, cost, and culture. There was little variation across sites, suggesting that motivations and levels of active travel are fairly consistent across income and geography.< Less
OTREC-RR-12-12 By Nico Larco
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This study looks at travel to suburban commercial strips by residents living within one-third of a mile of the strip, focusing on six sites in Oregon and Georgia. The study mapped pedsheds around... More > these strips and found significant increases in network extents when formal and informal pedestrian paths were added to street centerline data. Informal networks such as paths through vacant land and cuts in fences were widespread and suggest a pent-up demand for route directness. Travel surveys found significant walking and biking in these areas – just over one-third of all trips to the commercial strip – with travel distance and walking along or across arterials affecting mode choice. This suggests network extent and connectivity are factors critical to walking and biking in these areas. Mode choice motivations included convenience, cost, and culture. There was little variation across sites, suggesting that motivations and levels of active travel are fairly consistent across income and geography.< Less
Fall City 2013 By Jim Nicholls
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Fall City is situated at a major crossroads in the heart of the Snoqualmie Valley, at a major highway junction and at the junction of the Raging River and the Snoqualmie River. Under the direction of... More > Jim Nicholls, Storefont Studio worked with the Fall City community to address challenges, visualize solutions, and enhance assets.< Less