USP SRP: Designing for People

submitted by: dustink
MEANT TO BE VIEWED AS "VIDEO ONLY." This research question aims to explore and identify urban design elements that encourage automobile dependence and what strategies encourage walkability and alternative modes of transportation. The area of study will focus specifically in the neighborhood surrounding the Euclid Ave. Transit Center in the Encanto neighborhood of Southeastern San Diego. Research was conducted through examining various case studies of urban design elements found in cities...

Moving forward with Alternate Fuel sources for Mass Bus Transit

submitted by: Jin Cui

A breakdown and overview of possible alternate fuel sources for public buses.

Live/Work Org Strategies

submitted by: katiepsf

A look at the Creative Economy and its effect on the rising income gap. Deeper look at California Live/Work organizations in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego and the strategies that each live/work org is using to combat this gap

Thinking Ahead: Creating Efficient Emergency Response in San Diego

submitted by: nommad10

The San Diego Fire Department (SDFD) receives a large amount of criticism due to inefficient response times. This is problematic since there is currently a need for faster response times. Studies have been conducted to meet the demand for efficient response times. However, because San Diego is growing in population and becoming an environmental fire hazard, the demand for efficient emergency response time will be even greater in the future.

Providing Affordable Housing The San Diego Approach

submitted by: jenniferquevedo

How San Diego's Inclusionary Housing Policy is Affecting the development of Affordable Housing.

An Investment Today, A Sustainable Tomorrow

submitted by: cklou

Efforts to encourage participants in traffic reduction programs