This project was made possible by the collaboration and contributions of generous and trusting partners, community-based organizations, advocacy organizations, governmental agencies, professors, and the communities in which we were working in.
The Fremont Bridgehead Reclamation Project aims to promote the redesign of Kerby Avenue I-405 Freeway ramps and the return of ODOT land to community-oriented uses with the hopes of providing economic restitution to displaced community members. It intends to offer an action roadmap to advance the case for ramp redesign and potential alternatives for reclaimed land uses. Collaborating with the Eliot Neighborhood Association, the student team formulated recommendations, actionable steps, and future visions for the site based on stakeholder interviews and engagement feedback. This project intends to address historical and current inequities with the goal of advancing justice, restitution, and livability.
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Gordon-Peabody, Ananda; Grzybowski, Meg; Meisner, Ian; Dudley, Grace; and Ahrns, Paul, "Fremont Bridgehead Reclamation Project" (2023). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 191.