Browsing Sustainable City Year Reports 2017-18 (TriMet) by Subject "Pedestrian areas"

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  • 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 ...
  • 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, ...
  • Hirzel, Hannah; Larco, Nico (University of Oregon, 2018)
    Tigard, a suburb of Portland, Oregon, is interested in a new urban design vision as a new MAX light rail line is proposed to extend through the city. TriMet and the city of Tigard partnered with a University of Oregon ...
  • Nelson, Alexander; Schlossberg, Marc (2017)
    This report formally documents the ideas and proposals made to the city of Tualatin by the University of Oregon’s Sustainable Transportation class in the Planning, Public Policy, and Management program. The class met ...

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