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 2010

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Economic Potential of High-Speed Rail in California, Justin Au

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Orcutt Area Specific Plan Mixed Use Alternative, Tim Beuchat and Kelsey Farwell

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PCR Ranch Development Analysis, Kristen Bowman

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Exploring the BRT Systems of Curitiba and Bogota, Christine Burgess and Staci Ordiz

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San Luis Obispo Wine and Culinary Center, Hayley Cole and Chad Endicott

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Mixed Density, Mixed-Use, Residential & Commercial Alternative Design, Chris Cote and Spencer Waterman

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Central Coast Multimedia Center, Steve Degar, William Twitchell, and Jenna Borges

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Strategies for Fighting Back: Globalization and the City, Karl Eckert

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Orcutt Area Site Alternative Design Proposal, Julie Epshteyn and Maria Lusherovich

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Orcutt Area Artists Village, Claire Fliesler and Monica Kittinger