Project clients: The Rosewood Initiative and Oregon Walks
City planning -- Oregon -- Portland, Urban community development -- Oregon -- Portland, Neighborhood planning -- Oregon -- Portland
Roses from Concrete is a walkability plan for Portland Metro’s Rosewood neighborhood, created by Walk & Roll Consulting (W&R). This plan seeks to address the challenges of being a pedestrian - emphasizing youth and older adults, in the historically disinvested Rosewood neighborhood. This is accomplished by providing tools for analyzing existing infrastructural deficiencies, research-based recommendations for contextualized capital improvements, and compiled perspectives from local residents and professionals, in order to catalyze improving the lives of people who live, walk, and roll within the Rosewood neighborhood.
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Martinez, Timothy; Jain, Shreya; Cramer, Matthew; Mackellan, Gwynn; Bermudez, Sarah; and Brown, Walle, "Roses from Concrete: A Walkability Plan for the Rosewood Neighborhood" (2020). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 171.