Planetizen has done it again – they’ve released their who’s who list of influential urbanists for 2023, and once again Street Plans is proudly featured.
For the last two years since a pedestrian death, Livermore, CA has been welcoming safety improvements along East Avenue. That’s where Street Plans stepped in using tactical urbanism.
Jersey City made headlines in 2022 when it accomplished zero traffic deaths on city streets. But that was less a matter of luck and more likely evidence that the city’s tactical urbanist approach is working.
Street Plans is excited to announce that the Move Culver City project has won an Excellence in Transportation Award from Caltrans.
Streetfilms has been at the forefront for making the case that NYC bike lanes need to be wider. This video puts forth an even more bold statement versus just presenting traffic counts.
Street Plans is excited to continue our partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies for the 4th year of the Asphalt Art Initiative, which is expanding its global reach to transform even more streets & public spaces, including in Mexico & Canada this year.
Alongside the City of Somerville’s Mobility Division, Street Plans is thrilled to share the final Bike Somerville Network Plan. Nearly two years in the making, this ambitious plan responds to the community’s desire to build safe and continuous bicycle facilities citywide.
During a three-day charrette, designers from Perkins+Will and Mike Lydon from Street Plans planned six urban blocks and a town square. The University City District sponsored the charrette with CNU.
Street Lab is bringing pop-up reading rooms & playgrounds to New York City’s open streets & plazas. Mike Lydon commends the programming that produced 353 pop-ups last year.
A recently completed, decade-long overhaul of the sewers & water mains on 9th Avenue in Manhattan gave city officials the opportunity to expand pedestrian space along the strip. Mike Lydon explained why this is quick & efficient.