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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, ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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, ...
  • Moore, Eavan; Golub, Aaron (University of Oregon, 2018)
  • Skov, Joshua (University of Oregon, 2018)
  • 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 ...
  • Jumila, Jonah; Muller, Brook (University of Oregon, 2018)
    During winter and spring terms 2018, graduate and undergraduate students in Professor Brook Muller’s terminal studio completed analytical research and urban design proposals for the Marquam Hill site. The urban design ...
  • Levis, Jordan; Elkin, David (University of Oregon, 2018)
    The following report documents design concepts that address stormwater management for the TriMet Southwest Corridor (SWC) light rail project. Students in the University of Oregon’s Landscape Architecture course on stormwater ...
  • Skov, Joshua (2017)
  • Franey, Kerrie; Buckley, James (University of Oregon, 2018)
    Situated between Marquam Hill and the Willamette River, South Portland is a unique remnant of Portland’s past. Its history encompasses the city’s immigrant roots, industrial prowess, and tumultuous early urban development. ...
  • 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 ...
  • Carden, Nate; Greene, Douglas; Knight, Cole; Luna, Sabrina Ortiz; Kume, Ellen; Leary, Gretchen; Loudermilk, Matthew; Hirzel, Hannah; Moran, Michael; Eskandari, Fatemeh; Salgado, Gloria Morazan; Pera, Aiden; Ralston, Luke; Rehacek, Mariana; Templeton, Clarke; Zagorec-Mark, Ethan; Buckberg, Emily (University of Oregon, 2018)
    TriMet's Southwest Corridor project proposes a 12-mile light rail line that will fill current service gaps and address future transportation demands in the rapidly growing areas of Beaverton, Durham, King City, Portland, ...
  • Garstecki, Bernadel; McLaughlin, Patrick (University of Oregon, 2018)
    This project was designed by ALBA Consulting. ALBA Consulting is an academic exercise comprised of four members of an undergraduate capstone class in engineering at Portland State University during winter and spring ...
  • Clark, Tim (University of Oregon, 2018)
    Students in Tim Clark’s Product Design Studio (BFA 486) were asked develop a multimodal urban transit app to serve users of TriMet’s public transit services. The purpose of a TriMet transit app is to provide users with ...
  • Serritella, Michael; Ross, Austin; Smith, Tim (University of Oregon, 2018)
    This report describes a new vision for the city of Tigard; one that can realize the city’s goals in the downtown area and could conceivably chart a new path for growth centered around the possibility of light rail transit. ...
  • Shinners, Dana Marie; Goodman, Elizabeth; Knudson, Kaarin; Margerum, Richard; Parker, Bob; Sandoval, Gerardo (2017)
    TriMet and the city of Tigard partnered with the Department of Planning, Public Policy, and Management and the Sustainable City Year Program to plan for the possibility of extending light rail to the city. The four areas ...

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