Planning and Design Student Work
This page presents further individual student work undertaken in other studios or as individual projects.
Qualifying City Planning Students can take the Townscape or Urban Landscape Studio offered by the Department of Landscape Architecture as an equivalant to Studio 3. Images here are the work of Kangjian Luo who designed a park and design guidelines in the Winnipeg downtown.
Below: Kevin Yim participated in the Italy Studio in spring 2001. He produced a number of large panels for the
final studio exhibition in February. Kevin found asleep at his drawing table following an all-nighter.
Allison Cook collaborated with Scott Minty a student in Civil Engineering to develop transportation modeling applying GIS to analyse travel
times and transit node development particularly for the south corridor along Pembina. The links between planning principles and
engineering technical expertise became obvious through the students' project assessing the rail system in Winnipeg and future
possibilities for rail corridor abandoment.
Travel time countour map. Major roads in Winnipeg. Land uses along corridor.
High resolution digital orthographic photos were used to study transit points to enhance and/or redesign for future light rail. 85% of all transit riders live within 400 m. of a bus stop. The proposed southeast transit corridor has 25,000 reisdents able to effeciently reach destinations of downtown and U of Manitoba. The corridor is identified as a high priority for the city. This work was presented at the CIP conference in Ottawa.
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