Carnegie Mellon readies 10-year plan for campus

Sept. 27, 2011
Pittsburgh university campus could add buildings, become more pedestrian-friendly

From The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Carnegie Mellon University is preparing to submit its 10-year master plan to the Pittsburgh City Council. The plan could lead to new academic buildings and redesigned streets with fewer lanes for cars and more space for pedestrians and bicycles. The plan provides a framework for future development although only a proposed nano-energy center is the only project in the works now. The building is planned for the historic core of campus. Other sites are identified as prospects for future development.

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