June 1, 2016, pages 1-166.
This study outlines work completed as a part of the CRP 463 senior capstone class outlining a new, comprehensive approach to active transportation on the Cal Poly campus. Led by Dr. William Riggs the project assessed the current conditions, identified opportunities and constraints and then developed conceptual options for a campus active transportation plan. In addition to this process the plan involved completion of a draft Bicycle Friendly University application for the Cal Poly campus (included as a supplemental file) and envisioned conceptual design options for various locations on the campus. Key locations evaluated included the Perimeter Road / University Drive corridor running through campus and the Bella Montana residential campus. The ultimate goal for the plan and these concepts was to expand on proposals from the Cal Poly Masterplan, and provide development templates for future planning and growth that supports multi-modal travel.
Transportation Engineering | Urban, Community and Regional Planning