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Disconnected Streets and the Effect on Walkability in Liverpool

A 13,500 word thesis prepared in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Master of Civic Design awarded by the University of Liverpool. It investigates whether walkability varies in a pair of streets that otherwise meet the criteria aligned with high walkability, but differ as to whether they are disconnected–or “stopped off”–at one end. The … Continue reading

Liverpool Development Proposal: Mill & Stanhope Streets

A series of posters created for Stage 3 the Design Proposal phase of ENVS439 Making Places. They present a land use, townscape, connectivity, landscape, and public realm site plans. The posters, along with a separate presentation, received a 73, a distinction. Prepared in December 2017.

The Effect of Transit-Oriented Development in Arlington, Virginia on Transport Choices

A term paper for ENVS411 Spatial Planning Challenges. It discusses Arlington County’s strategy for concentrating dense development along the Rosslyn to Ballston Metro corridor, and the effect on transport choices by residents. This report received a 72, distinction. Written in December 2016. Continue reading