Newport Beach, CA, June 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- ima, in collaboration with Fehr and Peers, won a Compass Blue Print Award on the WRCOG Highway 395 Temecula Non-Motorized Trails Transportation Study from the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG). ima prepared a Non-Motorized Transportation Plan for Highway 395 in the Temecula Valley with the objective to develop strategies promoting and implementing non-motorized transportation solutions. The study analyzes existing pedestrian, bicyclist and equestrian non-motorized transportation including shared use paths, on-road bikeways, pedestrian circulation and recommends improvements and supporting programs to create an overall non-motorized circulation linkage for Highway 395 linking Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar and Lake Elsinore. The implementation of this plan will improve the quality of life for local residents through improved walkability and bike ability.
The Compass Blue Print Award was recognized at the SCAG 2013 Regional Conference & Assembly Awards held on May 5, 2013 in Palm Desert, CA. WRCOG created a 3 to 5 minute film to present the project.
ima creates exceptional spaces that give form and character to the landscape, providing distinctive artistry and economic value for our clients with Master Planning, Development Services and Landscape Architecture. They consult, collaborate, imagine and define a project’s scope and character – from retail and mixed-use destination to office developments and large scale master planning – to create exciting people-oriented environments. They have built their business on pushing the boundaries to create the right solution. They thrive in collaboration and believe that the right design is a balance between vision and reality. They strive to find this balance in a design that can transcend the value for their client to enrich the community experience.
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