Fourth Regional Plan

Far West Side After Intervention

As part of the 4th ever Regional Plan, designed to establish the next 50 years for the region, ORG prepared and researched for the regional drawings and close-up studies, commissioned by the Regional Plan Association for the greater New York Metropolitan area. The focus of the plan is on public and shared transportation corridors, prioritizing development near stations or stopping areas; while increasing the presence of green and blue corridors. These transportation upgrades provide for a multi-modal future in the New York bay area, allowing for efficient travel across trains, subways, buses, light-transport, and transport on-demand services. These upgrades prioritize the user and user experience and add strategies for reducing traffic congestion.

Location

New York Metropolitan Area, US

Year

2017 - 2019

Area

1000 km²

Program

Public Space, Transportation, Infrastructure, Landscape

Mission ORG

Urbanism, Feasibility Study

Team

Kobi Ruthenberg, Daniel Haidermota, Aaron Weller

Clients

Regional Plan Association