The South El Camino Real Urban Design Concept Plan was developed by a first-year MCRP studio for the City of San Clemente, CA. The San Clemente community, the City planners and the City Council welcomed the students’ ideas for making the corridor appealing, economically attractive, and safer for pedestrians and bicyclists.
del Rio, Vicente; Donegan, Paul; Lord-Farmer, Curran K.; Schwartz, Jana E.; and Steinberger, Sara
"Redesigning a Street Corridor in San Clemente, CA: South El Camino Real Urban Design Concept Plan,"
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