The Legacy Project began in 2015 during the Texas Chapter conference as a hands-on community planning effort that is intended to create a lasting impact on the host city or area. This year, the Legacy Project is a competition between universities to come up with concepts to reimagine downtown Frisco. Over the past few months, students have been working to prepare concepts for Main Street in old downtown Frisco that address streetscape features, downtown identity, and traffic calming. The concept posters will be on display in the exhibit hall throughout the conference and the student teams will be presenting their concepts in a Friday morning session. Be sure to stop by to view the students work, give them feedback, and vote for your favorite concept!

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For questions, contact Kendall Wendling, AICP at