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Apache Junction Trail Connectivity, Downtown Visioning & State Land Visioning

Abstract In the spring of 2016, The City of Apache Junction partnered with the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning at Arizona State University on three forward-thinking plans for development in Apache Junction. Graduate students in the Urban and Environmental Planning program worked alongside City staff, elected officials and the public to identify opportunities and visions for 1) multi-modal access and connectivity improvements for City streets and open space; 2) downtown development; and 3) a master-planned community on state land south of the U.S. 60. The following sections of the report present Apache Junction’s unique characteristics, current resident demographics, development needs and implementation strategies for each project:... (more)
Contributor Barr, Jason (Author) / Bolen, Spencer (Author) / Chen, Dian (Author) / Carothers, William (Author) / DuBois, Bailey (Author) / Godfrey, Kevin (Author) / Han, Siyuan (Author) / Hawkes, Trevor (Author) / Hu, Shixue (Carol) (Author) / Huang, Zeliu (Author) / Kay, Ryan (Author) / Kim, Joochul (Author) / Klaas, Morgan (Author) / Li, Pai (Author) / Meisenheimer, Joseph (Author) / Murray, Kelly-Desirae (Author) / Quintans, Christiane (Author) / Shi, Yichuan (Author) / Smith, Bryan (Author) / Spriegel, Melissa (Author) / Wang, Xueyan (Author) / Wu, Junru (Author)
Identifier Stock Number: ASU-SSEBE-CESEM-2016-CPR-002
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Collaborating Institutions School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (SSEBE) / Center for Earth Systems Engineering and Management
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  FINAL REPORT_5.25.pdf
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