Class

CRP 341

Abstract

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 Plan provides the City with a series of studies, development scenarios, and design ideas that are meant to make this possible.

Disciplines

Urban, Community and Regional Planning

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URL: http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/crp_wpp/2

 

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