Mike Lydon Speaks at Cities for Tomorrow Conference

On July 20th, 2016 Mike Lydon joined Megan Barry, the Mayor of the City of Nashville, in a discussion at the New York Times’ Cities for Tomorrow conference at TheTimesCenter in New York City. Moderated by Allison Arieff, the editorial director of SPUR, Mike and Megan explored how thwarting bureaucracy can help solve urban problems.

View the 25-minute session here.

Behind the Scenes of Tactical Urbanism in Portsmouth, NH

PS21, Street Plans’ partner in the recently completed Islington Street Lab Tactical Urbanism demonstration project, published a video and summary report of the firm’s work in Portsmouth, NH. The community-based demonstration project spanned five weeks in May and June, and ended with the temporary transformation of Islington Street between Albany and Bartlett Streets in the West End of Portsmouth.

Since the demonstration project, the City of Portsmouth has decided to move forward with a 30-day pilot project testing various elements– like curb extensions and new crosswalks– that were included in the project.

Street Plans Leads Workshop Series to Jump-Start Tactical Urbanism Projects in Six U.S. Cities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Date: June 13, 2016 Media Contact: Anthony Garcia | Principal, The Street Plans Collaborative 221 Aragon Avenue | Coral Gables, Florida | 305.978.6426 | tony@streetplans.org   Miami, FL – Pedestrian plazas. Parklets. Art Crosswalks. Pop-up Bike Lanes. Whether on the streets of your own community or elsewhere, you’ve…