The San Mateo County Housing and Environment Primer is a graphically-rich policy document describing the relationship between housing and the environment.
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This conceptual wayfinding plan was aimed at creating stronger pedestrian connections between San Leandro Boulevard and the San Leandro BART station.
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Through the San Francisco Bay Area consists of 110 independent municipalities, nine counties and 7 million inhabitants. Recent development in the outlying parts of the region has expanded seemingly without direction, while many areas closer to the urban connections are passed over.
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Biking is a critical part of any modern city’s transportation network. By helping more San Mateans choose to bike rather than drive, the City can reduce its carbon footprint, lessen congestion, and improve its citizen’s health.
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As part of the Piero N. Patri Fellowship in Urban Design at the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR), I drafted a conceptual plan for Warmwater Cove, a neglected public space on the city’s Central Waterfront.
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Fisherman’s Wharf, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in California. It’s known for its sea lions, bread bowls, street performers and sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay. Despite its location and popularity among visitors, Fisherman’s Wharf fails to draw attract local visitors from the surrounding neighborhoods.
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