Local transit -- Oregon -- Portland -- Planning, Urban transportation -- Oregon -- Portland -- Planning, City planning -- Oregon -- Portland
Portland's Washington Park is home to many of the region's most popular educational, recreational, and tourist attractions. As demand for these attractions continues to grow, the quality of transportation services offered at the park increasingly contribute - in ways both positive and negative - to the quality of the overall user experience. Recognizing the interplay between transportation and user experience, New Leaf Planning has worked closely with its client, the newly formed Washington Park Alliance, to identify transportation challenges and opportunities for improvement within Washington Park. This partnership will culminate in a Washington Park Access & Circulation Plan, which will outline a set of recommendations for guiding transportation improvements at Washington Park in the years to come. This project was conducted under the supervision of Sy Adler and Ethan Seltzer.
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Delahanty, Ray; Cibor, Cathy; Atkinson, Mallory; Haggerty, Brendon; Jacobson, Talia; and Amiton, David, "Washington Park Access & Circulation Plan" (2009). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 19.