The Italian Village Transportation Plan was compiled by city and regional planning students at The Ohio State University during the 2013 Spring Semester. Embarking on a 15-week study of transportation in the Italian Village and Short North districts, the studio sought to understand existing conditions in the area by collecting data on current parking capacity and availability, conducting surveys, and initiating stakeholder meetings. Having accomplished these tasks, studio members developed feasible recommendations to present to the client. The following report details the findings of the study and contains a comprehensive transportation plan for the Short North and Italian Village to be used as a resource by the city and to guide future growth.
Student(s): Alex Beim, Hoa Dao, Kurt Dieringer, Hao Dong, Jakob Dyck, Tyler Grzegorczyk, Meng Lin, Ian Mackay, Patrick Miller, Eric Plapper, Vince Rapp, Ted Reinhold, Alex Smith, Alyssa Taylor, Jordan Whisler, Leah Wirgau
Instructor(s): Jason Sudy
Course: CRPLAN 6950: Transportation Studio
Term: Spring 2013