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South Stockton Redevelopment Project CEE224X Final Presentation

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Students: Amy King, Jake Glassman, Abigail Taussig
Mentor: Derek Ouyang
CEE 224X, Fall 2016, Sustainable Urban Systems, Stanford University

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South Stockton Redevelopment Project CEE224X Final Presentation

  1. 1. South Stockton Redevelopment Project Jake Glassman, Amy King, Abby Taussig
  2. 2. Road Map Overview Objectives Methods Mapping and Analysis Future Work
  3. 3. Road Map Overview Objectives Methods Mapping and Analysis Future Work
  4. 4. Goal expand employment in core local businesses and industries (Stockton ED Strategic Plan) Improve overall community health
  5. 5. 3600 SF COMMUNITY ROOM 8400 SF RETAIL 8400 SF PUBLIC MARKET (ABOVE) 31500 SF RESIDENTIAL 2 FLOORS, 40 DWELLING UNITS 16200 SF COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER + CHILDCARE (ABOVE) 24300 SF OFFICE
  6. 6. Overview Need unified, data-based, thorough understanding of the relationship between community development and the projects that occur Objective 1: use this redevelopment project as a test case Objective 2: hone general data collection DATACOMMUNITY PROJECTS
  7. 7. Road Map Overview Objectives Methods Mapping and Analysis Future Work
  8. 8. Objective 1 Measure health accessibility impact to show sphere of potential project influence Provide before / after comparison
  9. 9. Objective 1 Begin with health metrics and allow for easy follow up with other metrics
  10. 10. Road Map Overview Objectives Methods Mapping and Analysis Future Work
  11. 11. Process
  12. 12. Process
  13. 13. Process
  14. 14. Process Safety
  15. 15. Process Safety
  16. 16. Process Safety
  17. 17. Process Safety
  18. 18. Process Safety
  19. 19. Using Data from Expenditure Survey Report Creating a Health Accessibility Score
  20. 20. Using Data from Expenditure Survey Report National Averages Creating a Health Accessibility Score
  21. 21. Using Data from Expenditure Survey Report National Averages Spatial Analysis, Creating a Health Accessibility Score
  22. 22. Using Data from Expenditure Survey Report National Averages Spatial Analysis, we identified low, medium, and high ranges for driving time to each of the 3 different services. Creating a Health Accessibility Score
  23. 23. Allocated a simple point system to the low, medium and high ranges Creating a Health Accessibility Score
  24. 24. Allocated a simple point system to the low, medium and high ranges Using ArcGIS network analysis, identified low, medium, and high radii from each service Creating a Health Accessibility Score
  25. 25. Allocated a simple point system to the low, medium and high ranges. Using ArcGIS network analysis, identify low medium, and high radii from each service. Calculate scores based on overlap Creating a Health Accessibility Score
  26. 26. Produce Establishment Distances 3, 6, 18 minute zones
  27. 27. Health Scoring System Scale Score Produce (minutes) Behavioral Health (minutes) Urgent Care (minutes) Low 3 3 5 8 Medium 2 6 11 18 High 1 18 17 24
  28. 28. Road Map Overview Objectives Methods Mapping and Analysis Future Work
  29. 29. Behavioral Health Center Distances 5, 11, 17 minute zones
  30. 30. Urgent Care Center Distances 8, 18, 24 minute zones
  31. 31. Produce Establishment Distances 3, 6, 18 minute zones
  32. 32. Produce Establishment Distances 3, 6, 18 minute zones
  33. 33. Objective 2 Analyze the four other metrics 1. Health 2. Economic Mobility 3. Safety 4. Housing 5. Education
  34. 34. Objective 2 Use metrics to create long-term Focus Region How big is the community? Compare with STAND expertise
  35. 35. Income (darker = lower income)
  36. 36. Education High School Dropout Rate (darker = higher)
  37. 37. Income / Education Combined
  38. 38. SDG Index Median Household Income ($) Absolute upward mobility People using bicycles and walking for commuting (%)
  39. 39. Road Map Overview Objectives Methods Mapping and Analysis Future Work
  40. 40. Future Work Map the collected SDG data
  41. 41. Future Work Collect / Synthesize Additional Data
  42. 42. Future Work Collect / Synthesize Additional Data Compare Overlay
  43. 43. Future Work Collect / Synthesize Additional Data Compare Overlay Create Focus Region
  44. 44. Future Work Collect / Synthesize Additional Data Compare Overlay Create Focus Region Create Projects and Programs
  45. 45. Future Work Collect / Synthesize Additional Data Compare Overlay Create Focus Region Assess How Things Change Create Projects and Programs
  46. 46. Thank you!
  47. 47. Questions?
  48. 48. Extra Slides
  49. 49. Median Income
  50. 50. Education
  51. 51. Housing Affordability

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