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Kaleidoscope Student Planners, a group of six students in the Master’s of Urban and Regional Planning program at Portland State University, are working with Mosier, Oregon’s City Council to develop the Slow Mo’ Main Street Concept Plan. The goal for the project is to develop conceptual designs and programmatic recommendations for historic Highway 30 (which runs through the town), to help ensure that Mosier’s Main Street reflects community priorities, supports a thriving downtown, and creates a safe and inviting corridor for people traveling on foot, by bike and by motor vehicle. During this seminar we will reflect on our process and discuss how we reached our final design concept and recommendations.
Kaleidoscope Student Planners is a group of six students in the Master’s of Urban & Regional Planning program at Portland State University. Members of the student team include: Amanda Davidowitz, Brandi Campbell, Kathy Wilson, Liz Kaster, Matt Lee, and Neil Heller. Check out our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SlowMoMainStreet to learn more about the project.
Transportation and state, Infrastructure (Economics), Highway planning -- Effect of urban growth on, Transportation -- Planning, Sustainable development, City planning -- Oregon -- Mosier
Transportation | Urban Studies and Planning
Davidowitz, Amanda and Kaleidoscope Student Planners, "Transforming a Historic Highway in Small Town Mosier into a Vibrant Main Street" (2015). TREC Friday Seminar Series. 87.