Bicycle commuting, Community development -- Oregon -- Redmond
The Reinventing the Wheel project is the process of developing a Bicycle Refinement Plan for the City of Redmond. A group of volunteer urban & regional planning graduate students from Portland State University, known as b:spoke Planning & Design, has been charged with developing strategies to increase bicycle ridership and remove barriers to transit options in Redmond. The project is a "refinement plan", as it involves the refinement of and building upon existing City plans such as the Transportation Systems Plan (TSP), Bicycle Master Plan, and Parks & Recreation Trails Master Plan. This project was conducted under the supervision of Sumner Sharpe and Ellen Bassett.
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Hesse, Amy; Cutter, April; Williams, Spencer; and Farhoodi, Reza, "Reinventing the Wheel" (2011). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 57.