CRP 165 Cognitive Map.docx

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R. Antonio Granillo Professor Aranda CRP 165-001 10 September 2016 Gateway to South Valley of Albuquerque, Vecinos del Bosque & Atrisco Neighborhoods Pathways The two vertical pathways cross through residential areas, hugged by acequias and natural spaces, including parks. The horizontal pathways, however, are far more urbanized and function as commercial thoroughfares for daily commutes from west to east. Edges The eastern edge is the Rio Grande river, the largest body of water that runs through central New Mexico to northern Mexico. Roads and homes broach the river as well as the Valle del Bosque park. The northern and southern edges are Central Avenue and Bridge Boulevard, which are the primary commercial thoroughfares. Although neighborhoods south of Bridge Boulevard are marked by similar qualities, Bridge Boulevard is large enough to function as a distinct division. The western edge is Atrisco Road because neighborhoods to the west are far more suburbanized, marked by cookie-cutter subdivisions.
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