Clinton School Impact Minute: Little Rock’s Master Pedestrian Plan

Solomon Quarm, a 2024 graduate of the Clinton School of Public Service, collaborated with the City of Little Rock Department of Public Works on his final Capstone project.

Quarm’s work with the City of Little Rock focused on the development of the city’s first Master Pedestrian Plan.

This plan is an important component of the larger initiative to transition Little Rock from a traditional, car-centric urban planning model to one that is inclusive of pedestrians, cyclists, and public transit.

The project aims to address the current gaps in urban planning resources in Little Rock, specifically the lack of a dedicated Master Pedestrian Plan.

Quarm’s work includes a comprehensive analysis of pedestrian infrastructure, safety, comfort, and overall walkability in Little Rock, with the goal of creating a more multimodal and equitable transportation system for the city.

The final Master Pedestrian Plan has the potential to significantly impact the transportation needs of residents and contribute to creating a vibrant, inclusive, and sustainable urban environment.

The Clinton School Impact Minute is a recurring segment with Little Rock Public Radio, highlighting the Clinton School’s field service impact in Arkansas.

Since 2004, Clinton School students have completed more than 600 field service projects with nearly 300 organizations in Arkansas alone, creating immediate and long-term impact for businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies across the state.



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