Recent Submissions

  • A Spatial Analysis of Lane Transit District in Springfield, Oregon 

    Nyholm, Emily; Bone, Chris; Kohler, Nick (University of Oregon, 2012)
    This report documents the ideas, methodologies, and proposals produced by students of the Advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS) class for Lane Transit District (LTD) and the City of Springfield. Project members ...
  • Springfield Wayfinding Design 

    Paine, Shannon (University of Oregon, 2013)
    As a way to commemorate Springfield’s proud history and bright future, design students were assigned to create a new wayfinding signage design. The previous wayfinding design had many redundancies and inconsistencies, ...
  • Lane Transit District West 11th Expansion Communication Assessment 

    Dedoshka, Daniel; Abraham, Dallas (University of Oregon, 2013)
    In the fall of 2012, LTD engaged a team of 10 public relations students from the University of Oregon to conduct research to determine why there was such strong opposition to the proposed BRT expansion project along West ...
  • The Nicolai Site Redevelopment Plan: Four Visions 

    Allison, Sarah; Ludington, Stacy (University of Oregon, 2012)
    In the fall term of 2012, graduate students in the Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management (PPPM) at the University of Oregon developed concept plans for an industrial site in Springfield, Oregon. The students ...
  • Connecting Bikes to Transit in Springfield: Transforming Springfield’s bicycle network and LTD’s transit stations to encourage bike-to-bus opportunities 

    Camp, Allison (University of Oregon, 2012)
    The proposals outlined in this report were a result of collaboration between Lane Transit District (LTD), the City of Springfield, and the University of Oregon Sustainable Cities Initiative during the fall academic term ...
  • Cultural Fieldwork in Downtown Springfield, Oregon 

    Bayern, Dorothy; Johnson, Stephanie; Moore, Nathan; Reynolds, Mattie; Fenn, John (University of Oregon, 2012)
    This document describes a project carried out for the City of Springfield, Oregon, by graduate students in Art In Society (AAD 450/550), a course offered by the University of Oregon’s Arts and Administration Program and ...