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LA 552_ J Beaupre Design Thesis.pdf
Title: PeDesign
Author: Beaupre, Jean
Abstract: This thesis sets out to explore planning alternatives that function for pedestrians instead of vehicular traffic. Setting new standards and development process will help for a long and successful community but understanding that does not always come with low price tag is a fact of life. Large scale changes like infrastructure of roads down to signage requirements are changes that need to be implemented in order to result in a pedestrian friendly community. The introduction of mass-transit to a economical well rounded area can be risky but will only value and integrity to the entire metro area. The most important part of this thesis is providing the resources for members of the community to be able to access entities without the use of a car.
Date: 2010-05
Subject: Minnesota.
Maple Grove (Minn.)
Pedestrian areas.
Pedestrian facilities design.
Landscape architecture.
Local transit.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/9294

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