Eduardo Guerrero Contributes to Regional Pedestrian Plan
SoA Assistant LecturerEduardo Guerrero is part of the collaborative Technical Advisory Committee contributing to the Pima Association of Governments’Regional Pedestrian Plan. Eduardo was involved in the origin of the plan, determining the scope of the plan, and making sure important issues like sidewalk networks, crossings, pedestrian safety, and pedestrian shading were adequately addressed. Much of his work was translated into a Walkability Toolbox that you can find in the draft document.
Eduardo got involved because "I'm convinced that pedestrians deserve much more from our beloved car-oriented city. Since academia can provide a first step where urban ideas can be explored and critiqued, I decided to take action addressing ideas that I've applied in the Atacama Desert (South America) and California in my own experience as an urban designer and architect."