The Master Plan for Río Piedras Campus directs future growth for the University of Puerto Rico’s largest campus, a branch expected to serve 27,000 students by 2020. The study reviews existing facilities, identifies attainable development scenarios, and provides phasing and implementation strategies. The Plan calls for the reorganization of the campus by creating new gateways that connect the main campus and surrounding areas; reorganizing inner-campus circulation and parking to create a more pedestrian friendly environment; identifying major public open spaces for recreation and visual enjoyment; grouping facilities into clusters to foster academic synergy; and developing improvements to the public realm to form a visually distinct university image. The plan also envisions new development including a sport and recreation center; housing for 800 students; and academic and research facilities. The $700 million development plan is currently being implemented.