Urban and Regional Planning Work

Student Work


Capstone2022-MURP-Website-Denardo

University Boulevard Urban Design Vision Plan

Student Researcher: Eric DeNardo
Capstone2022-MURP-Website-Gardner

Illustrating Vision: The East Mulberry Plan

Student Researcher: Morgan Gardner

Assessing and Optimizing Planning Board's Role in Denver's Land Use Planning and Regulation Decision-making

Student Researcher: Fredrick Glick
Capstone2022-MURP-Website-Guthrie

Buena Vista Parks and Trails Master Plan

Student Researcher: Claire Guthrie and Lauren Platman
Capstone2022-MURP-Website-Mikhail

Parker Senior Center and RTD Site Subarea Plan

Student Researcher: Mikhail Kaminer
Capstone2022-MURP-Website-Karney

Barriers to Accessible Housing in Cheyenne, Wyoming

Student Researcher: Matthew Karney

Faculty Work


Resilient Development: Fantasy Plans and Unplanned Developments in India's Flood‐Prone Coastal Cities

Principal Researchers:

Andrew Rumbach

Liza Weinstein (Northeastern University)
Saumitra Sinha (University of North Carolina)

In February 2019, Urban and Regional Planning Associate Professor Andy Rumbach, along with colleagues at Northeastern University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, published a new article on urban development and coastal flooding in India in the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.

I’ll have to drive there: How daily time constraints impact women’s car use differently than men’s

Principal Researchers:

Manish Shirgaokar
Kelly Lanyi-Bennett
Urban and Regional Planning Assistant Professor Manish Shirgaokar published an article in January 2019 in Transportation about the influence of gender on car use.

Operationalizing gendered transportation preferences: A psychological framework incorporating time constraints and risk aversion

Principal Researchers:

Manish Shirgaokar
Urban and Regional Planning Assistant Professor Manish Shirgaokar published an article in March 2019 in Transport Policy about the influence of gender when choosing a method of transportation.

Harnessing the power of machine learning: Can Twitter data be useful in guiding resource allocation decisions during a natural disaster?

Principal Researchers:

Manish Shirgaokar
Darcy Reynard 
Urban and Regional Planning Assistant Professor Manish Shirgaokar published an article in March 2019 in Transportation Research about the potential use of social media during natural disasters to pinpoint the most devastated areas.

Oak Creek Recreation Master Plan (Phase 2)

Principal Researchers:

 

Delta Main Street Pocket Park

Park Design and Downtown Revitalization