The City & Regional Planning (CRP) Department promotes sustainable and diverse communities within cultural and human systems. The interdisciplinary professional planning education is based on a learn-by-doing approach, community outreach, and applied research to help communities aspire for better, livable places. Since 1968, the program evolved in the College where the planning laboratory (studio) has been the core of the curriculum. The department is proud of the program's strengths in urban design, transportation, land use and environmental planning, and community sustainability./p>

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Senior Projects from 2023

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Three Rivers: Plan Analysis and Recommendations Including an Environmental Justice Addendum, Gerardo Arregui

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Frontier - A Bus Rapid Transit system in Frisco, TX, Matthias Berry

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The Integration Between Housing and Transportation in Contemporary City and Regional Planning: Transit-Oriented Development for the San Luis Obispo Station, Aidan Zachary Clark, Keigo Justin Yamamoto, and Owen Deane Troy

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Urban Design on a Global Scale: A Comparison of Four Cities, Avery Grace Crower and Shane N. Strunk

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ActiveTrans Priority Tool: An Analysis of the San Luis Obispo Council of Government’s Regional Transportation Plan Active Transportation Project List and Step-by-Step Methodology, William F. Daniels

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Bike Share: A discussion and case study analysis Including recommendations for Cal Poly and the City of San Luis Obispo, Gabrielle N. DeLavallade

Boulevard Apartments - Long Beach, CA, Daryl P. Hernandez

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Itentifying Suitable Sites for The Rotating Safe Parking Program in San Luis Obispo, Finnegan James

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Home Based Business Ordinance for the City of Reno, Maxwell HP Johnson

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The Grand Entrance: A Faculty and Staff Housing Development, Emily M. LaDue and Susana T. Toner

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Three Rivers Community Town Center, Jamie Moffatt

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Assessing the Utility of Procedural Modeling for the Urban Planning Discipline: CityEngine and Missing Middle Housing, Riley A. Nelson and Trevor K. Winnard

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Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS): A Survey Of What It Is, What It Does, Where It Faulters, And Where To Go With It, Niklas Nordstrom

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From Greens to General Plans: Reinventing Abandoned Golf Courses, Chloe Carolyn Partain

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A Resource Guide for Historic Sundown Town Resolutions, Zoning Code Updates, and General Plan Policies, Anna Rago

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Morro Bay 2023 Non-Vehicular Circulation Plan, Jeremiah C. Rogers

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Thermal Inequity and Planning Practices: Uncovering the Linkages and Creating Equitable Mitigation Strategies, Elia Rosner

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Evanescent: Animating Space, Kyle Servando

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Investigating Cost-Effective and Time-Efficient Ways to Speed Up Transit, Joe Yin Jo Tam

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Plansplaining CEQA: Explaining the Basics of the California Environmental Quality Act, Eric Yu Wang

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Planning, Preserving, and Increasing Accessibility: A Reflection on Going “Car-Free”, Abigail J. Weizer

Senior Projects from 2022

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A City Planning Card Game, Francisco AlfaroZierten

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Spheres Development Package, Nate R. Antepenko, Dan Benaroch, and Dominic Ferrari

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Crissy Field Improvement Project, Giselle Huan Beld

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Cal Poly Campus Safety: Policy Proposal, Alan Cazares, Phung (Karen) Bich La, and Junhyun Kim