Humphrey Students Propose Plans for Southwest Light Rail Transit Stations

Humphrey graduate students proposed development strategies for five stations located on the proposed Southwest Light Rail Transit (LRT) line for a capstone workshop taught by Lee Munnich and Kris Nelson. The five team projects were completed and presented to clients from the Bryn Mawr Neighborhood in Minneapolis and the cities of St. Louis Park, Hopkins, Minnetonka, and Eden Prairie.

The South Gateway: Increasing the Viability of Penn Station in Bryn Mawr by Arthur Huang, Brian Lafferty, Marshall Moore, and Kay Qualley

Heart of the Park: Wooddale Station Redevelopment Framework by Anders Imboden, Lindsey Knutson, Lyssa Leitner, and Kelly Muellman

Blake Road Station: A Global Village in a Midwestern Town by Brett Costain, Jennifer Halcrow, Andrea Long, and Cedric Williams

Shady Oak Station Strategy Report by Avital Barnea, Brynn Hausz, and Kurt Wayne

Golden Triangle Station Area Development Plan by Dale Cooney, Matt Fyten, and Shaker Rabban

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