Project Client: Portland Bureau of Transportation
City planning -- Oregon -- Portland, Urban community development -- Oregon -- Portland
How will people get around after a major earthquake? The Ready Streets project examines ways to create a strong, connected, and disaster-resilient mobility network in the Parkrose-Argay neighborhood of Portland, as well as replicable criteria for future neighborhoods. This is accomplished by examining the existing conditions of the area, working with community members to determine key destinations and priorities, and formulating recommendations to the Portland Bureau of Transportation.
The 1 page brochure for the public is available in the Additional Files below.
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Aszklar, Kerry; Cromwell, Jaye; Nguyen, Bryan; Posada, Joey; Roan, Sabina; and Turnbull-Apell, Sophie, "Ready Streets, Parkrose and Argay: Community Report" (2019). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 169.