The Avenue: Wellington Corridor Revitilization Plan

March 23, 2010 at 7:57 pm 1 comment

That last article regarding Hespeler Road in Cambridge made me want to post some images from my thesis project from last August. I’ve just never got around to posting some pictures from it! Now if only I could find a job!

And here we go… click images to view larger, somewhat-clearer images!

Title Page (kind of cool ;))

Study Area

Design Principles

General Concepts – Example #1 – Parks & Open Spaces

General Concepts – Example #2 –  Parks & Open Spaces

General Concepts – Example #3 – Crosswalks & Transit Stops

Typical Sections – Example #3 – 36m & 40m Right of Ways

Grand Avenue – Example #4 – Bridge Enhancements

Grand Avenue – Example #5 – Wellington Avenue Looking South

Bradley Avenue – Example #6 – Wellington Avenue Looking North

Bradley Avenue – Example #7 – Bradley Avenue Looking East

Exeter Road – Example #8 – Exeter Road Looking South-East

Next Steps

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Mrs_Strongarm  |  April 4, 2010 at 9:13 pm

    This plan is AWESOME. I love it. Now how does something like this become a priority at city hall?

    I often marvel at what an ugly entrance to the city Wellington Street is. All the “welcome to london” signage and landscaping are in places that hardly anyone uses to enter the city.

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