Local News: Urban Transitions Studio (UTS)
Below are sustainability-related news items throughout the Western Washington University and Bellingham-area. These items correspond to the Urban Transitions Studio (UTS).
Western students pitch updates to Bellingham street
The students presented their ideas to members of the community, city planners and councilmembers using PowerPoint presentations in Bellingham's Federal Building Courtroom.
Urban Transitions Studio presents planning study on Bellingham's "Downtown Edge Corridor"
This year's Urban Transition Studio Project examines redevelopment opportunities for the downtown Bellingham core, a planning area located along the downtown's largely neglected "southern edge corridor" which divides downtown and the former Georgia Pacific industrial zone. Students formulated redevelopment concepts to integrate the edge corridor into the downtown framework and provide a transition to the future waterfront area.
WWU's Urban Transitions Studio to Present Cornwall Avenue Redevelopment Plan at Bellingham City Hall Dec. 1
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