Menides, Laura Jehn
Woods, Douglas W.
School of Environmental Affairs, Universidad Metropolitana
This project is a study of the efficiency of land use within the central San Juan metropolitan area of Puerto Rico. Interviews with academics and professionals revealed causes for land use inefficiencies. We used comparisons of population, transportation, construction, and green-space in Puerto Rico to other areas, and to the ideals of the Smart Growth concept, in order to show that land in the San Juan region of Puerto Rico has been used inefficiently when compared with other regions.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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