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Crp 463: Active Transportation Plan For The City Of Paso Robles, William W. Riggs, Alex Chapman, Kristan Anaya, Eric Sindel, Joel Ingrassia, Jason Mas, Dillan Murray, Tanya Ramirez, Maribel Covarrubias, Dan Losey, Sam Ricklefs, Colin Patterson, Kyle Finger, Chistopher Luu, Crp 463 Senior Project Professional Practice Jun 2017

Crp 463: Active Transportation Plan For The City Of Paso Robles, William W. Riggs, Alex Chapman, Kristan Anaya, Eric Sindel, Joel Ingrassia, Jason Mas, Dillan Murray, Tanya Ramirez, Maribel Covarrubias, Dan Losey, Sam Ricklefs, Colin Patterson, Kyle Finger, Chistopher Luu, Crp 463 Senior Project Professional Practice

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

As a part of CRP 463 led by Dr. William Riggs, this report provided an analysis of the bicycle, pedestrian and transit travel in the City of Paso Robles and produced a draft Active Transportation Plan for the City.


Herbert Hoover Elementary / Charleston Complete Corridor Plan, William Riggs, Kristan Anaya, Troy Andres, Ryanne Browers, Dan Canella, Jesse Carpentier, Dylan Coleman, Seitu Coleman, Melanie Conti, Rob Etter, Kyle Finger, Matthew Fluhmann, Daniel Harrison, Alyssa Lucero, Eric Martinez, Ian Mccarville, Caitlin Milich, Megan Miller, Sammi Mulhern, Benjamin Rady, Erina Shimanuki, Noah Stricker, Bryan Wheeler, Torina Wilson, Justin Wong, Crp 425 Bicycle And Pedestrian Planning Apr 2017

Herbert Hoover Elementary / Charleston Complete Corridor Plan, William Riggs, Kristan Anaya, Troy Andres, Ryanne Browers, Dan Canella, Jesse Carpentier, Dylan Coleman, Seitu Coleman, Melanie Conti, Rob Etter, Kyle Finger, Matthew Fluhmann, Daniel Harrison, Alyssa Lucero, Eric Martinez, Ian Mccarville, Caitlin Milich, Megan Miller, Sammi Mulhern, Benjamin Rady, Erina Shimanuki, Noah Stricker, Bryan Wheeler, Torina Wilson, Justin Wong, Crp 425 Bicycle And Pedestrian Planning

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

Completed as a part of CRP 425 bicycle and pedestrian planning, led by Dr. William Riggs, this planning project assessed the Herbert Hoover Elementary site and Charleston corridor in the City of Palo Alto with an aim to bring a complete streets strategy to the area. The plans recommend improved accessibility for bicycles and pedestrians along Charleston Road including modal separation between bicyclists and pedestians, improved vehicular flows to mitigate vehicular traffic congestion during peak hours and increased innovation in safety features to prevent pedestrian-vehicle conflicts.


Crp 463: University Area Multi-Modal Access Plan June 2016, William Riggs, Sam Anderson, Spencer Johnson, Garrett Wank, Alex Hunt, Lauren Leedeman, Roberto Contreras, Mark Manha, Emma Petersen, Rebecca Wysong, Shannon Boston, Augustus Grochau, Matthew Wiswell, Jerome Wu, Crp 463 Senior Project Professional Practice Jun 2016

Crp 463: University Area Multi-Modal Access Plan June 2016, William Riggs, Sam Anderson, Spencer Johnson, Garrett Wank, Alex Hunt, Lauren Leedeman, Roberto Contreras, Mark Manha, Emma Petersen, Rebecca Wysong, Shannon Boston, Augustus Grochau, Matthew Wiswell, Jerome Wu, Crp 463 Senior Project Professional Practice

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

This study outlines work completed as a part of the CRP 463 senior capstone class outlining a new, comprehensive approach to active transportation on the Cal Poly campus. Led by Dr. William Riggs the project assessed the current conditions, identified opportunities and constraints and then developed conceptual options for a campus active transportation plan. In addition to this process the plan involved completion of a draft Bicycle Friendly University application for the Cal Poly campus (included as a supplemental file) and envisioned conceptual design options for various locations on the campus. Key locations evaluated included the Perimeter Road / University Drive ...


Cal Poly Climate Action Plan, Adrienne Greve, Chris Clark, William Riggs, Jesse A. Carpentier, Curran K. Lord-Farmer, Crp 410/ 411 Community Planning Lab May 2016

Cal Poly Climate Action Plan, Adrienne Greve, Chris Clark, William Riggs, Jesse A. Carpentier, Curran K. Lord-Farmer, Crp 410/ 411 Community Planning Lab

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

The Cal Poly Climate Action Plan (PolyCAP) is designed to achieve the California State University (CSU) Chancellor’s mandate to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to 1990 levels by 2020 and 80% below 1990 levels by 2040 (CSU, 2014). California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly) Facility Management and Development (FM&D) and the City and Regional Planning (CRP) Senior Community Planning Laboratory developed the PolyCAP during the Fall 2015 and Winter 2016 quarters, with editing and refinement in subsequent quarters. The goal of the PolyCAP is to reduce Cal Poly’s GHG emissions and to adapt the ...


Midtown Ventura Wellness District Urban Design Concept Plan, Crp 553 Project Planning Lab Apr 2016

Midtown Ventura Wellness District Urban Design Concept Plan, Crp 553 Project Planning Lab

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

This report resulted from an academic exercise by a team of graduate-level students from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo’s City and Regional Planning Department during the Spring Quarter, 2016. With the support and encouragement of the City of Buonaventura, the team proposed a development concept and an urban design concept plan for the Midtown that explore the notion of wellness in a holistic manner, and are consistent with the General Plan and the city’s economic strategy.

This plan was motivated by the results of the 2005 Midtown Charrette and the 2013 technical assistance workshop by Urban Land Institute ...


Calpoly 2015 Transportation Survey Report, William Riggs Jan 2016

Calpoly 2015 Transportation Survey Report, William Riggs

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

In the spring of 2015, City & Regional Planning faculty conducted a campus-wide transportation survey as part of work on the campus Climate Action Plan. The survey represented spring 2014 commutes and was issued to a sample of full and part-time CalPoly faculty, staff, students and auxiliaries with assistance from Facilities Services and the Vice President for Administration and Finance.

The total number of responses was 3,961, roughly 17% of the entire campus population of roughly 23,000. Unsurprisingly, the majority of respondents were students, totaling 68.6%, while the rest were made up of faculty, staff, and visitors. Results ...


City Of San Luis Obispo, Open Space Survey, William W. Riggs, Megyn Rugh, Camille Jackson, Kelsey Stefen, Lance Knox Apr 2015

City Of San Luis Obispo, Open Space Survey, William W. Riggs, Megyn Rugh, Camille Jackson, Kelsey Stefen, Lance Knox

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

The City of San Luis Obispo (SLO) has eleven official public open spaces. Managing these places presents a challenge in providing top-tier environmental stewardship, while also accommodating passive recreational use and access, in an era of fiscal limitations and competing priorities. Given that reality and the changing population dynamics in the US, providing equal access to these facilities is of increasing importance, whether by car, bike, on foot or via public transit. These open spaces provide value (environmental, economic and social) primarily to residents, as well as visitors, and gaining a data-driven understanding of that value was a primary goal ...


Bicycle Friendly Community Assessment Spring 2015, William Riggs, Hannah Kornfeld, Evelyn Garcia, Daniel Abbes, Mariam Arias, Alan Ayon, Gustavo Castro, John Forrest Chamberlain, Megyn Cutler, Alex Hunt, Spencer Johnson, Rose Kelly, Haleigh King, Lauren Leedeman, Molly Mcdonnel, Steven Orozco, Emma Petersen, David Pierucci, Haylee Rea, Jana Schwartz, William Shires, Eric Sindel, Crp 425 Bicycle And Pedestrian Planning Apr 2015

Bicycle Friendly Community Assessment Spring 2015, William Riggs, Hannah Kornfeld, Evelyn Garcia, Daniel Abbes, Mariam Arias, Alan Ayon, Gustavo Castro, John Forrest Chamberlain, Megyn Cutler, Alex Hunt, Spencer Johnson, Rose Kelly, Haleigh King, Lauren Leedeman, Molly Mcdonnel, Steven Orozco, Emma Petersen, David Pierucci, Haylee Rea, Jana Schwartz, William Shires, Eric Sindel, Crp 425 Bicycle And Pedestrian Planning

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

Completed by Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo City & Regional Planning students enrolled in a bicycle and pedestrian planning course (CRP 425), under the direction of Dr. William Riggs this report was designed to gather data in advance of the City of San Luis Obispo's application to be a Bicycle Friendly Community. The report focuses on the key certification areas of Engineering, Education, Encouragement, Evaluation/Planning and Enforcement providing documentation for the City's eventual application.


The Impact Of Cargo Bikes On Travel Patterns: Survey Report Spring/ Summer 2014, William Riggs, Jana E. Schwartz, Crp 425 Bicycle And Pedestrian Planning Feb 2015

The Impact Of Cargo Bikes On Travel Patterns: Survey Report Spring/ Summer 2014, William Riggs, Jana E. Schwartz, Crp 425 Bicycle And Pedestrian Planning

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

Cargo bikes are becoming increasingly available in the United States with vendors such as Yuba, Trek, XtraCycle, and Marin all offering platforms. While a large body of research has continued to investigate traditional bike transportation, cargo bikes offer the potential to capture trips for those that might otherwise be made by car. To investigate this, a survey was conducted querying how use and travel characteristics changed upon cargo bike ownership (N = 299; 95% Confidence Interval +/-6%).


City Of Wasco Highway 46 Corridor Strategic Urban Design Plan, Crp 341 Urban Design Studio Jan 2015

City Of Wasco Highway 46 Corridor Strategic Urban Design Plan, Crp 341 Urban Design Studio

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

This report resulted from the work developed by an undergraduate class from the California State University San Luis Obispo from September 22, 2014 to December 5, 2014. Under a contract with the City of Wasco’s Planning Department, the CRP 341 Urban Design Studio III studio developed a vision and urban design concepts for the Highway 46 Corridor in Wasco.


City Of Guadelupe: General Plan Update Background Report, Winter 2012, Crp 552/ 554 Community And Regional Planning Studio Apr 2014

City Of Guadelupe: General Plan Update Background Report, Winter 2012, Crp 552/ 554 Community And Regional Planning Studio

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

No abstract provided.


Broadway Corridor Study Public Outreach Report, Winter 2013, Crp 410/ 411 Community Planning Lab Apr 2014

Broadway Corridor Study Public Outreach Report, Winter 2013, Crp 410/ 411 Community Planning Lab

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

The Broadway Corridor Study Public Outreach Report summarizes the public outreach efforts conducted as part of the process to develop alternative concepts for future development and circulation along the Broadway Corridor in Redwood City, California. These efforts were conducted as a class project by fourth year students in the City and Regional Planning Department at California Polytechnic State University from September of 2013 to March of 2014.


Connecting Cayucos: Visions And Actions For Public Space, Spring 2014, Crp 553 Project Planning Lab Apr 2014

Connecting Cayucos: Visions And Actions For Public Space, Spring 2014, Crp 553 Project Planning Lab

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

This document expands upon the principles set forth in the County of San Luis Obispo’s Estero Plan (2009) in the context of public space and develops site-specific recommendations to support future implementation of public space plans for Cayucos, California. This plan includes an existing conditions analysis, general goals and principles, site-specific visions and actions, as well as supporting conceptual diagrams. The main purpose of this plan is to reflect the community’s desire to preserve, protect, and enhance the public spaces of Cayucos.


Urban Design Visions For Milpitas, Fall 2013, Crp 341 Urban Design Studio Apr 2014

Urban Design Visions For Milpitas, Fall 2013, Crp 341 Urban Design Studio

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

An undergraduate class from the City and Regional Planning Department at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo was charged by the City of Milpitas Planning and Neighborhood Services Department to develop pre-planning insights, vision and urban design concepts for two strategically ocated sites in Milpitas, California Circle, and, the area around Main Street at the Serra Way intersection. This report represents a compilation of the work completed by the students in CRP 341 Urban Design Studio III during the 10-week period of Fall Quarter September-December, 2013. Instructors Vicente del Rio and Hemalata Dandekar, supported by Teaching Assistant Evan Evangelopoulos, guided the ...


San Juan Bautista General Plan Update: Background Report, Fall 2014, Crp 552/ 554 Community And Regional Planning Studio Apr 2014

San Juan Bautista General Plan Update: Background Report, Fall 2014, Crp 552/ 554 Community And Regional Planning Studio

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

This Background Report is an integral part of the San Juan Bautista 2035 General Plan. Its purpose is to provide the public, the City’s decision-makers, and other agencies with detailed information about San Juan Bautista using current conditions and community input. In this way, the Background Report provides the informational basis on which the goals, policies, and programs of the San Juan Bautista General Plan are in part based. While the General Plan itself represents the official adopted goals and policies of the City, this Background Report provides only information, including the plans and programs of other agencies.


Menlo Park Waterfront Plan, Crp 553 Project Planning Lab Apr 2013

Menlo Park Waterfront Plan, Crp 553 Project Planning Lab

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

No abstract provided.


Visions For Old Town Goleta, Spring 2013, Crp 553 Project Planning Lab Apr 2013

Visions For Old Town Goleta, Spring 2013, Crp 553 Project Planning Lab

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

In the 2013 spring quarter, the City and Regional Planning Department at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo partnered with the City of Goleta to develop a vision plan for the Old Town area. The collaboration between the University and the City included two (2) community meetings and four (4) weekend engagement activities. This vision plan was created and written specifically for the residents of Old Town Goleta. The primary reason for its existence is to produce development and planning ideas for the City of Goleta.


Public Outreach Report: Templeton Planning And Design Studies Fall 2012, Crp 410/ 411 Community Planning Lab Apr 2013

Public Outreach Report: Templeton Planning And Design Studies Fall 2012, Crp 410/ 411 Community Planning Lab

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

This Public Outreach Report provides a summary of community outreach efforts done as part of the process to develop a community shared vision for the future development of Templeton. This planning effort was conducted as a class project by fourth year students in the City and Regional Planning Department at California Polytechnic State University over a five months period during the academic year of 2012-2013.


City Of Clearlake: 2040 General Plan Update Fall 2012/ Winter 2013, Crp 552/ 554 Community And Regional Planning Studio Apr 2013

City Of Clearlake: 2040 General Plan Update Fall 2012/ Winter 2013, Crp 552/ 554 Community And Regional Planning Studio

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

This document was produced for the City of Clearlake, CA as part of the Clearlake General Plan Update by the 2012-2013 Community and Regional Planning Studio of the Master of City and Regional Planning Program at the California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo California.


City Of Bell: General Plan, Fall 2012/ Winter 2013, Crp 552/ 554 Community And Regional Planning Studio Apr 2013

City Of Bell: General Plan, Fall 2012/ Winter 2013, Crp 552/ 554 Community And Regional Planning Studio

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

The City of Bell, a charter city of Los Angeles County, is a densely-developed community located approximately eight miles southeast of Downtown Los Angeles. The City is composed of two distinct districts; the original “center city” is the residential and commercial core of the City, while industrial uses are concentrated in the Cheli Industrial Area to the northeast. The two districts are connected by a narrow strip of land along the Los Angeles River and the I-710 Freeway. Bell is relatively small in area—2.81 square miles, or 1,798 acres. With a population of 35,477 in 2010 ...


Los Osos Strategic Design Plan, Fall 2012, Crp 341 Urban Design Studio Oct 2012

Los Osos Strategic Design Plan, Fall 2012, Crp 341 Urban Design Studio

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

In the 2012 Fall Quarter, Cal Poly City and Regional Planning Department’s Community Design Lab worked with the community of Los Osos to develop design proposals for four different areas within Los Osos and for general wayfinding and circulation within. The design areas were: Baywood, South Bay Blvd, Los Osos Valley Road East and Los Osos Valley Road West.


South El Camino Real Vision Plan, City Of Atascadero, Spring 2012, Crp 553 Project Planning Lab Jul 2012

South El Camino Real Vision Plan, City Of Atascadero, Spring 2012, Crp 553 Project Planning Lab

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

No abstract provided.


City Of King City: South First Street Corridor Masterplan, Fall 2011, Crp 341 Urban Design Studio Dec 2011

City Of King City: South First Street Corridor Masterplan, Fall 2011, Crp 341 Urban Design Studio

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

City of King’s South First Street Corridor Master Plan is a draft document prepared by Cal Poly’s Community Design Lab as a contribution to the city’s efforts to initiate a revitalization process for the street and the areas immediately adjacent to it. Revitalizing this corridor is an important endeavor not only from the economic, functional, and livability perspectives, but also because it provides the first view of the city for drivers entering from the south. Therefore, public and private investment along South First Street should be strategically integrated and coherently designed. The South First Street Corridor Master ...


City Of San Joaquin 2040 Community Plan: Policy Document, Winter 2011, Crp 552/ 554 Community And Regional Planning Studio Jun 2011

City Of San Joaquin 2040 Community Plan: Policy Document, Winter 2011, Crp 552/ 554 Community And Regional Planning Studio

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

No abstract provided.


Madera Ranchos: Avenue 12 Enhancement Plan, Spring 2010, Crp 341 Urban Design Studio Apr 2010

Madera Ranchos: Avenue 12 Enhancement Plan, Spring 2010, Crp 341 Urban Design Studio

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

No abstract provided.


Delano Strategic Plan, Fall 2008/ Winter 2009, Crp 410/ 411 Community Planning Lab Jan 2009

Delano Strategic Plan, Fall 2008/ Winter 2009, Crp 410/ 411 Community Planning Lab

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

From September 2008 through March 2009, the City and Regional Planning Department of California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly) worked with the City of Delano and its residents to create a strategic plan for the City’s future. The Delano Strategic Plan (DSP) was developed to address the input received from the community during an extensive public outreach process. The chapters included in this strategic plan include Community Outreach, Fundamental Strategies, Land Use, Economic Development, Housing, Health and Safety, and Youth issues.


India Basin Shoreline Development Proposal, Spring 2008, Crp 553 Project Planning Lab Apr 2008

India Basin Shoreline Development Proposal, Spring 2008, Crp 553 Project Planning Lab

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

No abstract provided.


Traver Urban Design Plan, Fall 2006, Crp 341 Urban Design Studio Oct 2006

Traver Urban Design Plan, Fall 2006, Crp 341 Urban Design Studio

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

The following report presents the result of eleven weeks of a collaborative effort taken by a Cal Poly undergraduate planning class (CRP 341 – Community Design Studio; Fall 2006) to create a vision for future development in the community of Traver. This work continues a process started during the Summer of 2006, when a special group of our department’s faculty and students held a series of community workshops designed to develop a participatory concept plan for Traver.


Shandon Plan, Fall 2003/ Winter 2004, Crp 410/ 411 Community Planning Lab Mar 2004

Shandon Plan, Fall 2003/ Winter 2004, Crp 410/ 411 Community Planning Lab

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

Shandon is a small community located about twenty miles east of Paso Robles in northern San Luis Obispo County. The town is adjacent to state Highway 46, and its main street, Centre Street, is also a state route—Highway 41—which runs through the center of town. The town’s population is growing, and currently totals about one thousand residents. The town’s population comprises two main groups; there are roughly equal numbers of Latino and white residents living in Shandon.

Shandon has very few services to offer its residents. The population is currently too small to support many businesses ...


Visioning A New Town In San Luis Obispo County, Fall 2001/ Winter 2002, Crp 410/ 411 Community Planning Lab Jan 2002

Visioning A New Town In San Luis Obispo County, Fall 2001/ Winter 2002, Crp 410/ 411 Community Planning Lab

City & Regional Planning Studios and Projects

No abstract provided.