Graduate Planning Reports

A list of the titles of all Graduate Planning Reports completed from December 2002 through May 2017 is here

Below are links to the full text of the URBP 298 reports that have received an honors designation:

Cover Description
Tree Canopy Tree Canopy Coverage and Reducing the Heat Island Effect: Mitigation Strategies for the City of San Francisco [pdf], by Diego Romero
Seamless, Sustainable, Smart

Seamless, Sustainable, Smart: Reimagining Novato's Public Transportation Network [pdf], by Anthony Nachor

Memos & Megaprojects

Memos and Mega Projects: Applying Planners' Perceptions of Their Software to a Framework for the Future of Planning, [pdf] by Richard L. Davis

Contamination to Cooperation

Contamination to Cooperation: How Green Stormwater Infrastructure can Foster Collaboration in San Jose [pdf], by Carolyn Neer

Sunday Drivers, or Too Fast and Too Furious?

Sunday Drivers, or Too Fast and Too Furious? Analyzing Speed, Rider Behaviour, and Traffic Conflicts of E-Scooter Share [pdf], by Juan Francisco Arellano, P.Eng.

Bicycle Access to the Oakland Waterfront 

Bicycle Access to the Oakland Waterfront: The High Street Connection to the San Francisco Bay Trail [pdf], by Sean Dougan

No Accident

No Accident: How Population Characteristics and Land Use Influence Street Safety for Pedestrians in San Francisco, [pdf] by Mike Jacobson

Parking Spaces to Living Spaces

Hunters Point Shipyard

Filling the Gap

Walking and Cycling in San Francisco

Trail Access to Mount Umunhum-Geographic Information System

Visualizing Residual Spaces

Parking for San Joses FutureAligning

Urban Planning Design Elements cover
Do Women Have Equal Opportunity to Influence Bicycle Planning Policy? 
Diversity and Development in California Cities 
Removing a Barrier to the Financing of Transit-Oriented Development 
 Skate and Engage: The Laguna Skategarden