CE 594:
Physical Planning and Municipal Engineering

Course Syllabus

Course Objectives

Table of Contents for Course Notes

SEWRPC Rural Cluster Development Guide (Required text)

Neighborhood Planning Assignment

Subdivision Design Assignment

Useful web pages:

Smart Growth

Wisconsin DNR Smart Growth information

Resources for Smart Growth Workshop. Good data/reports links

Wisconsin Dept of Administration Smart Growth information

Smart Growth Element Guides

Smart growth network

Myths about Smart Growth

Ozaukee County Multijuristictional Planning Web site

Information and GIS sources

GIS data sources at UWM

Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Land Information Web site Good data resource!

SEWRPC draft regional land use plan

Waukesha County GIS data, needs internet explorer ver 5.5 or higher?

WDNR Aquatic and Terrestrial Resouces Inventory (extnesive maping for all of Wisconsin)

Google maps

University of Edinbburg list of Geographic Information Systems Web pages

Microsoft Terra Server (air photos of many places)

Mapquest, they also have air photos

Design Examples

Liveable Design course notes

CE 940 web page, has links to some good land use pages

Growing Greener - Pennsylvania

Growing Greener Conservation Subdivision Design Booklet

Prairie Crossing Web Page

Middleton Hills, Wisconsin

Tryol Farm Web Page

Fairview Village

Local Government commission

Water issues

Wisconsin DNR Protecting our Waters

US EPA information on watersheds

Milwaukee Journal Troubled Waters Articles - SE Wisconsin water issues

General Stuff

Farming on the edge report and maps from the American Farmland Trust

National Map

Alternative State Approaches to Transportation/Land Use Interactions,
(a paper about state land use practices prepared for the Keep America Growing Conference, June, 1999)
Slides used for conference presentation of the above paper

Link to other transportation course web pages

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