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Portland State University

2003

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Park Blocks Documents, Unknown Dec 2003

Park Blocks Documents, Unknown

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Journal Building 1947-1977, Unknown Dec 2003

Journal Building 1947-1977, Unknown

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Notes And Chronology: Public Market, Unknown Dec 2003

Notes And Chronology: Public Market, Unknown

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Notes: Portland Public Market, 1931-1934, Unknown Dec 2003

Notes: Portland Public Market, 1931-1934, Unknown

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Notes: Portland Public Market, 1926-1933, Unknown Dec 2003

Notes: Portland Public Market, 1926-1933, Unknown

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Schematic Of Market, 1920-1926, Unknown Dec 2003

Schematic Of Market, 1920-1926, Unknown

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Proposed Development Goal, Ernest Bonner Dec 2003

Proposed Development Goal, Ernest Bonner

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Ernie Bonner And His Family, Ernest Bonner Dec 2003

Ernie Bonner And His Family, Ernest Bonner

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Ballot Measure Report Multnomah County Ballot Measures 26-51 & 26-52, City Club Of Portland (Portland, Or.) Oct 2003

Ballot Measure Report Multnomah County Ballot Measures 26-51 & 26-52, City Club Of Portland (Portland, Or.)

City Club of Portland

No abstract provided.


The Report Of The Advisory Council Of Experts: The Midtown Blocks Planning Study, Ernest Bonner Oct 2003

The Report Of The Advisory Council Of Experts: The Midtown Blocks Planning Study, Ernest Bonner

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Urban Pioneer Awards Honor Visionaries, Portland State University. College Of Urban And Public Affairs Oct 2003

Urban Pioneer Awards Honor Visionaries, Portland State University. College Of Urban And Public Affairs

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Research Note: Determinants Of Bus Dwell Time, Kenneth Dueker, Thomas J. Kimpel, James G. Strathman, Steve Callas Aug 2003

Research Note: Determinants Of Bus Dwell Time, Kenneth Dueker, Thomas J. Kimpel, James G. Strathman, Steve Callas

Center for Urban Studies Publications and Reports

This research note reports an analysis of dwell times at bus stops using archived Automatic Vehicle Location/ Automatic Passenger Counter (AVL/APC) data reported at the level of the individual bus stop. The data provide a large number of observations that serve to better understand the determinants of dwells, including analysis of rare events, such as lift operations. The analysis of bus dwell times at bus stops is applicable to TriMet, the transit provider for the Portland metropolitan area, and transit agencies in general. The determinants of dwell time include passenger activity, lift operations and other effects: low floor bus ...


Ernie Bonner Email To Kathryn Leveque, Ernest Bonner Jul 2003

Ernie Bonner Email To Kathryn Leveque, Ernest Bonner

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Draft Development Strategy, Ernest Bonner Jul 2003

Draft Development Strategy, Ernest Bonner

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Memo To Neil From Ernie B., Ernest Bonner Jul 2003

Memo To Neil From Ernie B., Ernest Bonner

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Transportation Costs And The American Dream: Why A Lack Of Transportation Choices Strains The Family Budget And Hinders Home Ownership, Surface Transportation Policy Project Jul 2003

Transportation Costs And The American Dream: Why A Lack Of Transportation Choices Strains The Family Budget And Hinders Home Ownership, Surface Transportation Policy Project

Portland Regional Planning History

This report focuses on the relationship between the rising cost of transportation and family budgets


A Man For All Regions, Sumner Sharpe Jul 2003

A Man For All Regions, Sumner Sharpe

Metroscape

A native of Egypt, Nohad Toulan has been a faculty member at Portland State University since 1972 when he founded the Urban Studies Program at Portland State University. Under his leadership the program evolved from modest beginnings as an undergraduate certificate progam into a Ph.D. grant ing school and in 2000 it became the College of Urban and Public Affairs. The college has maintained its stature as one of the leading urban studies programs in the nation. Dr. Toulon also founded the Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies in 1993. Trained as an engineer and planner, Dr. Toulon has been ...


The Landscape: The Urban Center Plaza, Carl Abbott Jul 2003

The Landscape: The Urban Center Plaza, Carl Abbott

Metroscape

An overview of the Urban Center Plaza in Portland, Oregon, highlighting its design, construction and public uses.


Periodic Atlas Of The Metroscape: Common Ground? Land Use Along Portland's Urban Growth Boundary, Thomas Harvey, Martha A. Works Jul 2003

Periodic Atlas Of The Metroscape: Common Ground? Land Use Along Portland's Urban Growth Boundary, Thomas Harvey, Martha A. Works

Metroscape

In this study we analyze the impact of the urban growth boundary on rural landscape change in Portland, Oregon, and Clark County, Washington,and assess the importance of rural and agricultural landscapes to residents of the rural-urban fringe. We selected five, 4-square mile areas in the greater Portland metropolitan area for the study. Four are in Oregon and cover the transition area from urban to rural land uses under different levels of pressure along the state-mandated and Metrodel ineated urban growth boundary. One is in the less regulated land use environment of Clark County, Washington. The kinds of questions we ...


Measure For Measure: Benchmarking The Region's Future, Don Barney, Alan Kenneth Delatorre Jul 2003

Measure For Measure: Benchmarking The Region's Future, Don Barney, Alan Kenneth Delatorre

Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies Publications

Through its Progress Board created in 1989 and Oregon Benchmarks, Oregon has been a leader in collecting and using data to discern statewide trends in dozens of different economic, environmental, and social arenas. Oregon was among the first U.S. states to set targets for the future in each of these categories, allowing its citizens to see how much farther we have to go to achieve livability goals. These benchmarks are grouped under three major areas of a state strategic plan: quality jobs for all Oregonians; safe, caring and eng aged communities; and healthy, sustainable surroundings. Is there real value ...


Printed Email From Hillary To Ernie, Unknown Jun 2003

Printed Email From Hillary To Ernie, Unknown

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Old Town Fairview: A Neighborhood Analysis And Implementation Strategy, Kristen Godkin, Johanna Hastay, Eve D. Pepos, Cathreen Richards, Thomas Soppe, Peter Stiffler Jun 2003

Old Town Fairview: A Neighborhood Analysis And Implementation Strategy, Kristen Godkin, Johanna Hastay, Eve D. Pepos, Cathreen Richards, Thomas Soppe, Peter Stiffler

Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects

The purpose of this document is to develop, identify, recommend and prioritize the steps for an implementation strategy that promotes the ongoing revitalization goals for Fairview's Old Town neighborhood that is both tailored to current residents' needs and existing housing costs.

Communities are stronger when residents are actively involved. The Old Town project's effort utilized a community based collaborative approach that included Old Town residents, absentee land owners, the City of Fairview planners and the Portland State University project team. The specific steps included: a demographic profile, a land use analysis, a survey of current housing conditions, a ...


Pictures Of Ernie Bonner, Leann Gauthier Jun 2003

Pictures Of Ernie Bonner, Leann Gauthier

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Letter To Ernie & Lynn Bonner, John W. Russell Jun 2003

Letter To Ernie & Lynn Bonner, John W. Russell

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Urban Pioneer Awards Dinner, Ernest Bonner Jun 2003

Urban Pioneer Awards Dinner, Ernest Bonner

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Wildlife Crossings: Rethinking Road Design To Improve Safety And Reconnect Habitat, Theresa Carr, Radcliffe Dacanay, Kevin Drake, Charl Everson, Arianne Sperry, Kerri Sullivan Jun 2003

Wildlife Crossings: Rethinking Road Design To Improve Safety And Reconnect Habitat, Theresa Carr, Radcliffe Dacanay, Kevin Drake, Charl Everson, Arianne Sperry, Kerri Sullivan

Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects

This guidebook provides Portland-area planners with relevant information about wildlife crossings in an urban context. While information on wildlife crossings and their effectiveness has been available for a long time, U.S. planners have very little experience with them. In addition, existing information is geared towards rural applications and is not easily transferred to urban environments. It is important to organize this information in a way that is useful to local planners for a number of reasons. First, users should be familiar with the range of available options. Second, there are a number of federal funding alternatives that could be ...


An Inquiry Into Portland's Canine Quandary: Recommendations For A Citywide Off-Leash Program, Jeff Gimour, Heather Gundersen, Doug Miller, Emily Moore, Amy Rose Jun 2003

An Inquiry Into Portland's Canine Quandary: Recommendations For A Citywide Off-Leash Program, Jeff Gimour, Heather Gundersen, Doug Miller, Emily Moore, Amy Rose

Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects

The City of Portland currently faces a difficult challenge. As the population continues to grow, greater pressure is placed upon the limited amount of public open space available for recreation. As stated in the Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) 2020 Vision Plan, "Demographic, recreational, and funding trends suggest that both current shortages and future needs will intensify and produce inequities in our cherished park system" (PP&R, 2001).

Today, Portland's already strained park system struggles to accommodate demands for the myriad of recreational activities. Competition among park users - joggers, tennis players, picnickers, dog owners, bicyclists, and others - for limited ...


Washington County Housing Study For Washington County Department Of Housing Services, Portland State University. Population Research Center Jun 2003

Washington County Housing Study For Washington County Department Of Housing Services, Portland State University. Population Research Center

Publications, Reports and Presentations

This report describes Washington County's demographic and socioeconomic characteristics based on 2000 census data and some administrative data collected from State and local government agencies. It also presents trends for the County for the 1990 to 2000 period. The aim of this report is to ensure that plans for Washington County can be based on the best possible information.


Card To Ernie Bonner & Photograph, Neil E. Goldschmidt Jun 2003

Card To Ernie Bonner & Photograph, Neil E. Goldschmidt

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Planning At The Roots: Low-Income And Communities Of Color In Portland, Oregon, Allison Parzych, Jennifer F. Porter, Shayna Rehberg, Sarah Ruether, Gwen Sheinfeld Jun 2003

Planning At The Roots: Low-Income And Communities Of Color In Portland, Oregon, Allison Parzych, Jennifer F. Porter, Shayna Rehberg, Sarah Ruether, Gwen Sheinfeld

Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects

In an effort to highlight community-planning efforts in low-income populations and communities of color, a group of Masters of Urban and Regional Planning students conducted interviews with community leaders and wrote this chapter of cases to be incorporated into ONI’s Community Involvement Handbook. These cases are meant to provide inspiration and understanding about the strengths and differences between planning approaches used in diverse communities working outside of the neighborhood association structure. This chapter may also help to inform opportunities for neighborhood associations and other organizations to better collaborate with diverse community groups.