shrinking cities, baltimore, pedestrian, transportation, intermodal hub
Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
"I contend that the advent of the super highway, reliance on the automobile and large scale infrastructure has further disconnected the shrinking city of Baltimore, Maryland by creating borders, barriers and vacancies within the pedestrian grid directly affecting the vitality of cultural street life, cohesion of communities and future densification."
Augustine, Carly, "Traversing the Urban Landscape: Connecting the Pedestrian Grid" (2012). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 69.
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