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  • Heese, Brianna; Ribe, Rob (University of Oregon, 2018)
    This studio project was organized around the plans for a new TriMet light rail line to Tigard, Tualatin, and Washington County. Though this Southwest Corridor project is still in the early phases of planning and design, ...
  • Heese, Brianna; Ribe, Rob (2017)
    Recently, the City of Albany, Oregon, carried out a major revitalization of its historic First Avenue and restored much business and activity to its downtown district. However, historic Water Avenue, which was a site for ...
  • Rose, Mike; Abe, Derek (University of Oregon, 2017)
    Under the guidance of instructors Mike Rose and Derek Abe, Portland State University students worked in small groups to create active transportation plans for two sites within TriMet’s Southwest Corridor project area. Barbur ...
  • Griepenburg, Bjorn; Yang, Yizhao (University of Oregon, 2014)
    The City of Medford seeks to identify activity centers to achieve an array of policy goals, including those that foster nodal development, increase residential density, and encourage alternate forms of transportation. ...
  • Tran, Katrina; Moore, Joe (2016)
    This report summarizes the design proposals for an adaptive reuse public safety facility in Redmond, Oregon. The building is currently a National Guard training facility, but it is likely to be sold in the near future. ...
  • Nelson, Jonathan; Stavitsky, Al (University of Oregon, 2010)
    Sustainability is a fairly understandable concept when dealing with concrete examples. Buildings and urban planning can reach sustainable standards by conserving energy, efficiently handling waste or encouraging residents ...
  • Johnduff, Michael; Margerum, Rich; Parker, Robert; Rosenburg, Stacy (University of Oregon, 2016)
    The City of Albany partnered with the Planning, Public Policy, and Management Department through the Sustainable City Year Program to help the city generate ideas for ac va ng the Water Street corridor and to consider its ...
  • Boyer, Coleman (University of Oregon, 2014)
  • Cohen, Rachel; Cabinte, Ryan (University of Oregon, 2020)
    Master of Business Administration (MBA) students from the UO Center for Sustainable Business Practices were tasked with equipping Lane Transit District with a set of financial and business strategy tools to help the agency ...
  • Arroyo, Amy; Cartwright, Virginia (University of Oregon, 2020)
    Students planned and designed a new downtown “Enoteca,” Italian for a local and regional agricultural library, in Downtown Eugene, Oregon. The Enoteca is a space to educate the public about southern Willamette Valley wine ...
  • Hussein-Wetzel, Deqah; Mason, Dyana (2016)
    Professor Dyana Mason’s Nonprofit Consultancy class worked in four groups to provide nonprofit advice to Redmond community members and city staff in four separate subject-areas. Students assessed the feasibility of ...
  • Burdette, Eric; Lewis, Rebecca (University of Oregon, 2020)
    As part of Rebecca Lewis’ Public Budget Administration class, LTD tasked student groups to come up with innovative sources to fund a service expansion named MovingAhead. The MovingAhead package is estimated to have $274 ...
  • Peterson, Justin; Lewis, Rebecca (University of Oregon, 2017)
    TriMet is known for maintaining a robust transportation network in the Portland, Oregon region. Beyond the transportation services, TriMet works with municipalities in the region to make the area a better place to live. ...
  • Elderbrock, Evan; Ribe, Rob; Ko, Yekang (University of Oregon, 2017)
    The transit infrastructure along Barbur Boulevard in southwest Portland creates significant safety hazards due to intermittent bicycle lanes and sidewalks. The need for improved pedestrian, bicyclist, and motorist safety, ...
  • Welch, Monica; Schlossberg, Marc (University of Oregon, 2010)
    The proposals reviewed in this document were generated as a result of collaboration between the City of Salem and the University of Oregon Sustainable Cities Initiative. Fifty-one students in a Planning, Public Policy, ...
  • Schlossberg, Marc; Peizer, Ross; Fiorelli, Thomas (University of Oregon, 2014)
    Under the direction of Professor Marc Schlossberg, 42 students in the University of Oregon Department of Planning, Public Policy, and Management’s Bicycle Transportation course reviewed and examined critical elements of ...
  • McNeill, Mikaila; Schlossberg, Marc (2017)
    This report documents the ideas, methodologies, and proposals produced by students of the University of Oregon’s Bicycle Transportation class for the City of Albany, Oregon. Albany saw much of its growth during a period ...
  • Montzka, Dianna; Nicolello, Bree; Vollstedt, Anya; Tejedas, Hope; Schlossberg, Marc (2015)
    This report documents the ideas, methodologies, and proposals produced by students of the Bicycle Transportation class for the City of Redmond, Oregon. Project members visualized a family-friendly bicycle network that ...
  • Andrus, Olivia; Babb, Emory; Ganim, Megan; Hopp, Quinn; Lopez, Pablo; Tilby, Caitlin (2016)
    Students in professor Margy Parker journalism class developed a short-term, mid-term, and long-term recommendations to promote biking, walking, and rolling in Redmond.
  • Pecenka, Jennifer; Muller, Brook; Asnis, Marc; Beamer, Mike; Biniaris, Aliki; Bonnett, Erik; Bryant, Hannah; Cavin, Laura; Cohen, Daniele; Day, Emi; Ferrell, Heather; Gibbons, Shane; Hybel, Kimberly; Kelsey, Kristin; Rosenthal, Alex; Skoog, Courtney; Young, Kevin (University of Oregon, 2012)
    Graduate and undergraduate architecture students in Professor Brook Muller’s terminal studio during winter and spring terms of 2012 examined potential redevelopment scenarios for the Booth-Kelly site, located in ...

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