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‘Opportunity Mapping: San Francisco Parklets & Plazas’

Opportunity Mapping: San Francisco Parklets & Plaza / Image by Gene Stroman

Exerpt from the introduction — Pavement to Parks started in 2009 and is a relatively new program. Its projects are new concepts for cities, for which there are many basic unanswered questions. While there have already been great reports on parklets, for example the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s Great Streets Parklet Studies (2010) or the Spring Street Parklet Impact Study (2013) in Los Angeles, none have focused on geospatial analysis (GIS) as a method of studying parklets… a geospatial study can be an effective supplementary tool that can help clarify and answer questions related to geographic equity and access.

Opportunity Mapping: San Francisco Parklets & Plazas. By Gene Stoman.

The Report

“Opportunity Mapping: San Francisco Parklets and Plazas” (Gene Stroman August 2014)

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Opportunity Mapping: San Francisco Parklets & Plazas. By Gene Stoman.

The Presentation

Delivered at the San Francisco Planning Department on May 29th, 2014, 12-1pm.
Presenters: Robin Abad Ocubillo and Gene Stroman

Download the full presentation [PDF 8 MB]

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