Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Humphrey Students Propose Plans for Gateway Transit Corridor

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Humphrey graduate students proposed strategies for three transit stations and a corridor-wide approach for bike and pedestrian connections for the proposed Gateway Corridor transitway for a capstone workshop taught by Lee Munnich and Lyssa Leitner. The team projects were completed and presented to clients from the cities of St. Paul, Maplewood and Oakdale, and Washington County.



Mounds Boulevard Station: Public Realm Upgrades for Bicyclists and Pedestrians by Brian Deppe, Robert Edstrom, Ashley James, Brent Oltz, and Jesse Williams



Maplewood 3M Station Report by Aubrey Austin, Lisa Elliott, Jennifer Melin Miller, and Jill Smith



OakCommons: StationAreaPlan* by Andrew Freerks, Kristen Mason, Aaron Meyers, Kylie Patterson, and Vincent Vu



Gateway Corridor: Non-Motorized Connections to the Transitway by Nicole Campbell, Jeremy Jenkins, Timothy Santiago, and Josie Warren



* The Oak Commons team project won the 2013 Lloyd B. Short award for the Humphrey School group capstone project judged to be the best of the year.

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