Student Projects

Transportation Planning

Graduate
Category
Urban Planning

Transportation courses in the Department of Urban Planning cover topics such as policy, regional land use and transportation coordination, roadway design, safety, public transit, and pedestrian and bicycle planning. Students are encouraged to think critically about how existing transportation systems can be improved to enhance safety, community cohesiveness, efficiency, and economic opportunity for all. Several courses produce products for professional clients.

Greenfield & Chavez & Muskego Intersection Analysis    (issuu)  (PDF)
6th St. & Wisconsin Ave. Intersection Analysis      
Van Buren/Holton St. & Brady St. Intersection Analysis      
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. & Center St. Intersection Analysis      
Bus Rapid Transit Workshop – 2016
Bus Rapid Transit Workshop – 2015
Water St & St. Paul Ave Intersection Analysis      
S 1st St & Pittsburgh Ave Intersection Analysis    
Humboldt Blvd & Locust St Intersection Analysis    
Humboldt Blvd & North Ave Intersection Analysis    
North Ave & Commerce St Intersection Analysis    
Water St & Highland Ave Intersection Analysis    
Kilbourn Ave & Broadway Intersection Analysis    
Milwaukee Pedestrian Planning    

Transportation Planning
Planning Transportation Planning
Urban Planning Transportation Planning Meeting with Students and Client
Urban Planning Transportation Planning
Urban Planning Transportation Planning
Urban Planning Transportation Planning
Transportation Planning Street Section