Document Type

Report

Publication Date

5-2020

Keywords

City planning -- Oregon -- Portland, Urban community development -- Oregon -- Portland, Neighborhood planning -- Oregon -- Portland

Abstract

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.

Description

Report prepared by Walk and Roll Consulting: Timothy Martinez, Shreya Jain, Matthew Cramer, Gwynn Mackellan, Sarah Bermudez, Walle Brown.

An alternatively formatted (6x9 inch spread) version of the Final Plan is included below as an additional file.

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/33730

workshopdoc6-9inspreads.pdf (117819 kB)
Alternative format version

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