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 2019

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Placemaking & Augmented Reality: A Theoretical Exploration, Erick Sebastian Gomez

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Planning Methods for a Sustainable Future, Anthony Jay Herrington

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Live-Learn Cal Poly: A New-Urbanist Vision for a More Livable and Sustainable Campus, Emily Huang and Justin Wong

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How Autonomous Vehicles will Reshape the Urban Landscape, Ian R. McCarville

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Planning for Affordable Housing-A Suitability Analysis for Affordable Multifamily Housing in Hayward, CA, Christian Manuel Montoya and Krystal Sanchez

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Enhancing Dublin's Emergency Road Network for Hazard Preparedness in the Event of Natural Disaster, Ritu Muralidharan

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Campus Design: Assessing Outdoor Spaces at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo to Improve Student Experience, Meha Patel

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How Grants Improve Public Health in Sanger, California, Emily A. Rudger, Tabitha J. Tolsma, and Jamie L. Mosler

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Urban Heat Islands: Causes, Impacts, & Mitigation, Megan Rupard

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Little Big Planning: A Millennial Planner's Take on Small Town & Rural America, Jeffrey M. Setterlund

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Alleyway Revitalization: Planning for the Park Street - Pine Street Alley Between 12th Street and 13th Street, Paso Robles California, Mitchell Spector

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A Proposal for an ADU Incentive Program for the City of Mill Valley, Emi D. Sugiyama

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Carousel Mall Redevelopment, Marissa E. Tietz

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Revitalizing High Street Through Pedestrianization, Laura Traffenstedt

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Chrysalis Creek 2019 Bank of America Merrill Lynch Low Income Housing, Ivy Zhao

Senior Projects from 2017

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Assessing Vulnerability to Extreme Heat in San Luis Obispo County, Julia Isabella Cannata