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Creating Place: Business, Community Development, and Neighborhood Identity In Shaw/U Street and Anacostia
A sense of place means a neighborhood has a particular feel to it, a particular image. Determining what this sense of place should be involves the concurrent collaboration and conflict between stakeholders in local ...
Deafspace in Urban Planning: A Framework for Equity and Inclusion in Washington DC
(Georgetown University, 2019)
It is becoming increasingly important for resiliency in rapidly transforming cities that urban planning be inclusive of marginalized communities. The Deaf and signing community represents one example of a historically ...
Cycling Infrastructure in Washington, DC: Intersection Risk Analysis and Safety Improvements
(Georgetown University, 2020)
Mayors around the world have set goals for their cities toward the Vision Zero movement to reduce traffic fatalities to zero, but many cities lack the tools and practices to make meaningful progress toward those goals. ...
Negotiated Developments: The Evolution of Planned Unit Developments and Stakeholder Interactions in Washington D.C.'s ANC 6D
(Georgetown University, 2018)
Community opposition is conceived as a protective action so not to disrupt the identity of a place and community. Much of the past research on opposition to development is focused on community opposition to affordable ...