Presented to the City of Milpitas Spring April 1, 2014, pages 1-20.
An undergraduate class from the City and Regional Planning Department at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo was charged by the City of Milpitas Planning and Neighborhood Services Department to develop pre-planning insights, vision and urban design concepts for two strategically ocated sites in Milpitas, California Circle, and, the area around Main Street at the Serra Way intersection. This report represents a compilation of the work completed by the students in CRP 341 Urban Design Studio III during the 10-week period of Fall Quarter September-December, 2013. Instructors Vicente del Rio and Hemalata Dandekar, supported by Teaching Assistant Evan Evangelopoulos, guided the class efforts during this intense 10-week period. Students were engaged in a rapid information collection and data gathering process leading to the development of seven youthful, forward-looking urban design visions for California Circle and Main Street at Serra Way.
Urban, Community and Regional Planning