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Reference Publications

Traditional Neighborhood Development, Street Design Guidelines — by ITE Transportation Planning Council Committee 5P-8

Streets and Sidewalks, People and Cars,   The Citizen's Guide to Traffic Calming — by Dan Burden, Local Government Commission Center for Livable Communities

Building Livable Communities, A Policy Maker's Guide to Infill Development — by The Center for Livable Communities

The Wealth of Cities, Revitalizing the Centers of American Life — by John O. Norquist

The City in Mind — by James Howard Kunstler

Cities, Back From the Edge, New Life for Downtown — by Roberta Brandes Gratz with Norman Mint

Walkable City, How Downtown can Save America, One Step at a Time — by Jeff Speck

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Colorado College’s desire for the campus and surrounding area is complementary to the Long Range Development Plan and other studies recently conducted for the Old North End Neighborhood and downtown Colorado Springs. These plans all reflect a common vision for the area and demonstrate a synergy between these entities to do something that makes a positive impact.


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Contact Us

For questions or to submit a comment, please send us an email: transportationplan@coloradocollege.edu

Project team

The college has contracted with the local land planning and urban design firm of N.E.S. Inc. to lead the seven-month study. The project team includes:

Project Manager:
N.E.S., Inc.
Tim Seibert

Traffic Engineer:
Felsburg Holt & Ullevig
Todd Frisbie

Design Engineer:
Classic Consulting
Kyle Campbell

Public Involvement:
Bachman pr
Lisa Bachman
Barry Grossman

Colorado College Liaisons:
Robert Moore, CFO
Mike Edmonds, Dean of Students
Leslie Weddell, Communications