Neighborhood planning -- Oregon -- Portland, Community development -- Oregon -- Portland, Street-railroads -- Oregon -- Portland, Local transit -- Planning -- Oregon -- Portland
This project focuses on developing a vision for the corridor between two new MAX light rail transit stations at OMSI and Clinton Street, which are part of the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail (PMLR) project, connecting downtown Portland with north Clackamas County via southeast Portland.
This vision must be created with respect to the industrial sanctuary that flanks this stretch of light rail corridor to the west and the residential and light industry to the east.
This document is the product of a 2013 urban design workshop at Portland State University. The project builds upon three previous urban design workshops that focused on the Clinton station specifically and in conjunction with the Rhine station further south.
This project was conducted under the supervision of Donald J. Stastny and Edward Starkie.
Borkowitz, Todd; Dahlin, Katherine; Gastaldi, Gena; Goodman, Kyle; Harrison, Lisa; Hosser-Cox, Szilvia; Kim, Irene; Liu, Shihui; Liu, Qi; Menard, Lindsey; Metz, Julia; Minor, Corrie; Nilenders, Eve; Tomasini, John; Verssue, John; and Washington, Kate, "OMSI - Clinton: A Corridor for Invention and Innovation" (2013). Urban Design Workshop. 6.