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Urban Greenway Transformation: Multi-Functional Design Alternatives for the Fargo Community

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Title: Urban Greenway Transformation: Multi-Functional Design Alternatives for the Fargo Community
Author: Eisenbraun, David L
Abstract: This study assesses how citywide greenway systems connect and strengthen neighborhoods, provide recreational opportunities, enhance options to use multi-modal transportation, and expand usable green spaces. A pedestrian trail-greenway system can link spaces to enrich the dynamics within city neighborhoods by creating efficient, invigorating and adaptable spaces. With the ability to augment social attributes within various neighborhoods, this cohesive pedestrian spine throughout the City of Fargo helps to generate a unified, lasting, and healthy community. The proposal provides access to various amenities within this central spine while diverse uses encourage social interaction and safety.
Date: 2013-05
Subject: Greenways.
Trails.
Neighborhoods.
Pedestrian facilities design.
Fargo (N.D.)
North Dakota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22836

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