• Belt line - Atlanta : design of infrastructure as a reflection of public policy 

      Gravel, Ryan Austin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999)
    • Coding the urban form 

      Habeeb, Dana M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-04)
      What are the essential characteristics that constitute historic American neighbor- hoods? Do current regulations promote developments that exhibit these essential characteristics? In this thesis I analyze two historic ...
    • Designing density: increasing functionality through flexibility in single family neighborhoods 

      Smith, Alyson Rae (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-04-29)
      American cities have only recently come of age in the global sense. Therefore, most of our land use regulations have emphasized greenfield development issues over those of a mature city. The next wave of city building ...
    • Resurgent Networks: Los Angeles 

      Bacon, Kevin; Stacy, Chad; Achey, Shauna; Mosley, Erin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008)
      Sustainable development is three fold: economic, socio-cultural, and environmental. The future of Boyle Heights and its surrounding areas should adapt a holistic approach to reconnecting the community through the promotion ...
    • Suburban Revisions 

      Durden, Alyssa Shank (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-05-18)
      The word revise means to reconsider or modify as with text. If we think of the suburban landscape as a text, the culture of each era left documentation of their values, policies and way of life in the form of transportation ...
    • Terra fluxus: Urban design in the wake of deindustrialization 

      Bacon, Kevin L., Jr. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-06-03)
      Emerging trends in the re-inhabitation of central cities and government funding of numerous financial incentives have succeeded in making brownfield redevelopment a far more lucrative opportunity for developers over the ...
    • Urban Mobility: Transference and Atlanta's Transit 

      Futrell, Janae Maegan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-04-09)
      The research segment of this thesis creates the first comprehensive repository of the current and proposed elements of public transit that will potentially operate in Atlanta. Beginning with a base GIS map of Atlanta ...