University of Oregon Sustainable City Year: Recent submissions

  • Cohen, Rachel (University of Oregon, 2021)
    The City of Troutdale is exploring its options to mitigate, adapt, and become resilient to the effects of climate change. As a first step, this report surveys policy and planning documents across local and regional ...
  • Ribe, Robert (University of Oregon, 2020)
    Greater Portland is known for controlling urban sprawl and its aggressive and successful reintroduction of rail- based regional public transit. A potential powerful synergy between these goals is transit-oriented ...
  • Connor, Emily; Lewis, Rebecca (University of Oregon, 2021)
    As an element of its recently adopted 20-year Town Center Plan, the City of Troutdale identified improvements and and revitalization of their downtown district and surrounding areas as a priority. Public Budget Administration ...
  • Hays-Alsin, Bethany; Lewis, Rebecca (University of Oregon, 2021)
    A team of students at the University of Oregon has provided research and recommendations to aid the City of Troutdale in the improvement of their Capital Improvement Planning (CIP) system. This collaboration occurred through ...
  • Irsfeld, Brendan; Arroyo, John; Brown, Anne; Sandoval, Gerard; Knudson, Kaarin (University of Oregon, 2021)
    Graduate students in the University of Oregon’s Community and Regional Planning program collaborated in
three research groups to propose an affordable housing development on a parcel of land close to downtown Troutdale. ...
  • Atkins, Siena; Mundy, Dean (University of Oregon, 2021)
    The City of Troutdale, located between the Sandy and Columbia rivers, enjoys a beautiful environment and thriving downtown. The city’s unique identity and diverse attractions allow residents and tourists to visit, be active, ...
  • Noone, Jesse; Zbaracki, Rosie; Khan, Aqsa (University of Oregon, 2020-12)
    A variety of business types and sizes are integral to a thriving economy and future for Adams County, Wisconsin. Yet, for the past two decades, the county has been losing entry level workers aged approximately 20 to 30 ...
  • Cohen, Rachel (University of Oregon, 2020-08)
    What applications do emerging automation technologies have for the future of freight and shipping in Brown County? The two-person University of Oregon team of Joshua Skov and Rachel Cohen assessed possible technology and ...
  • Fields, Katie (University of Oregon, 2020-08)
    The Brown County, Wisconsin Public Works department engaged the University of Oregon Sustainable City Year Program to develop a cost-benefit analysis of roadside maintenance options. This report addresses specific strategies ...
  • Hinck, Lindsey; Maley, Whitney; Abtidon, Hibo; Hanson, Olin; O’Reilly, Brian; Breuer, Madison (University of Oregon, 2020)
    As a group, we met with our client on multiple occasions to discuss what direction we wanted to go in. As the term progressed, we decided that we wanted to focus on expanding the park's social media presence. As we began ...
  • Wrobel, Olenka; Rich, Margerum; Robert, Parker; Kaarin, Knudson (University of Oregon, 2019)
    Graduate students in the University of Oregon’s Community and Regional Planning program worked in four groups to create implementation recommendations for land use and transportation redevelopment for different neighborhoods ...
  • Theofield, RJ; Yang, Yizhao (University of Oregon, 2019)
    The Emerald Express (EmX) Gateway Corridor is a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line developed and operated by Lane Transit District (LTD) that connects main centers in the cities of Eugene and Springfield. BRT is a high-quality ...
  • Haefliger, Marie; Hays-Alsin, Bethany; Yang, Yizhao (University of Oregon, 2020)
    This technical report describes a multi-scale environmental study of Emerald Express (EmX) in the Franklin Boulevard Corridor. This study is a collaboration between Advanced GIS students at the University of Oregon, Lane ...
  • 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 ...
  • Connor, Emily; Brown, Anne (University of Oregon, 2020)
    The purpose of this report is to provide recommendations to the cities of Cottage Grove and Creswell based on the current and future transportation needs as informed by professional insight and community input. The first ...
  • Dawson, Heather; Kohler, Nicholas; Kurtz, Lindsey (University of Oregon, 2020)
    Students in the spring 2020 Advanced GIS course worked together with Lane Transit District to assess how bike-share coverage could be expanded to develop multimodal transit stops and provide greater public transportation ...
  • Hart, Nick; Schlossberg, Marc (University of Oregon, 2020)
    In collaboration with the Sustainable City Year Program and Lane Transit District (LTD), the city of Coburg set out to examine and explore possible solutions related to bicycle transportation. Students addressed: multi-use ...
  • Ruff, Josie; Mundy, Dean (University of Oregon, 2020)
    The Campaign Planning class (J453) at the University of Oregon worked with the City of Silverton to develop the following public relations (PR) plan to address the City’s communication needs. The class broke into groups ...
  • Lynn, Deanna; Ko, Yekang (University of Oregon, 2020)
    This report compiles student work to identify strategies for the city of Silverton to mitigate their climate impact and increase their climate change resiliency. Student recommendations for mitigation and resiliency are ...
  • Reyes, Gary; Roehrig, Gunter; Ellston, Jacob; Thomass, Eric; Salazar, Abraham; Kristof, Evan (University of Oregon, 2020)
    The City of Silverton is a small rural community in Marion County approximately 12 miles northeast of Salem. The City is named after Silver Creek, which runs through town and is the primary feature of the project site ...

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