Tuesday, April 9, 2024
Gabin Kundwa pointing to transit infill plan poster with a Dubuque resident
SPPA student Gabin Kundwa sharing details of transit-oriented infill development with a Dubuque resident. 
Photo by Telegraph Herald.

School of Planning and Public Affairs masters students recently held an open house in Dubuque, Iowa, to gain input from the city residents on the proposed plans from two capstone project teams. The students provided ideas and sought feedback on ways to increase affordable housing in Dubuque and suggestions for alternative transportation methods which are inclusive of those without personal vehicles. The year-long capstone projects are coordinated through the Iowa Initiative for Sustainable Communities.

See more about the public’s feedback on their proposals in the Telegraph Herald article, “Accessibility, land use top citizens’ housing, transportation concerns.”