Center for Urban and Regional Planning Research

Center for Urban and Regional Planning Research

The Center for Urban and Regional Planning Research supports the College of Architecture's graduate programs in urban and regional planning (Graduate Certificate in Urban and Regional Planning and Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning) by bringing together students, staff and faculty from within the University of Texas at San Antonio to address community planning, economic, infrastructure, environmental, housing and development issues impacting Texas and the border region. Click here to visit the Center for Urban and Regional Planning Research’s website.

Projects


Alpine, Texas: A Vision for the Future

Alpine, Texas: A Vision for the Future

Project Sponsor: City of Alpine, Texas (Brewster County)
Collaborator: Rural Business Program – IED/UTSA
Project Team: Richard Tangum (PI), Bert Moyer, Ernest Gerlach
Completed: August 2016


The Evolution of Sacred and Urban Space: San Antonio’s Alamo Plaza

The Evolution of Sacred and Urban Space: San Antonio’s Alamo Plaza

Project Director: Dr. Richard Tangum
Project Title: The Evolution of Sacred and Urban Space: San Antonio’s Alamo Plaza
Work Sample Title: Alamo Plaza Circa 1912


Karnes City Downtown District Plan: A Vision Plan for Revitalization and Economic Development

Karnes City Downtown District Plan: A Vision Plan for Revitalization and Economic Development

Project Sponsor: Karnes City, Texas (Karnes County)
Project Team: Rebecca Walter (PI), Bert Moyer (PI), Ernest Gerlach
Collaborator: Rural Business Program – IED/UTSA
Completed: February 2016


Recreational Vision Study for the City of Converse, Texas

Recreational Vision Study for the City of Converse, Texas

Project Sponsor: City of Converse, Texas (Bexar County)
Project Team: Richard Tangum (PI), Bert Moyer, Ernest Gerlach
Collaborator: Rural Business Program – IED/UTSA
Completed: January 2016


Highway-83 Corridor Study

Highway-83 Corridor Study

2012
Border Region between Laredo and Brownsville, Texas
Project Sponsor:
Collaborator: Rural Business Program - Institute for Economic Development


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