Street Plans co-founders Anthony Garcia and Mike Lydon will be working on a new Island Press book this year with journalist John Surico. Stay tuned! — Whether it’s counteracting the still persistent crisis of traffic violence, addressing the local impacts of climate change, responding to global pandemic, or breathing…
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Principal Tony Garcia was cited in a an article by California Planning & Development Report titled COVID Crisis Revives Debate About How Public Space Is Used. Tony describes how the Tactical Urbanism methodology can help tackle physical distancing.
Street Plans collaborated on a resource that aggregates and synthesizes emerging practices in transportation and street design in response to the impacts of COVID-19.
Street Plans Principal Mike Lydon was quoted on an article for Fast Company about how cities are starting to rethink their streets to prepare for the reopening of cities. Lydon shares some insight into the types of infrastructure needed.
Street Plans received an honorable mention from Fast Company, an editorial focus on innovation in technology, leadership, and design, for the recently published Asphalt Art Guide.
Mike Lydon joined colleagues from the Congress for New Urbanism to discuss the current and future impacts of COVID19 on urban life. Mike shared specific examples and insights into how cities around the globe are using temporary measures to creates more space for physical distancing.
Tactical Urbanism: Short-term Action for Long-term Change was named one of top planning books of the decade! The book, written by principals Mike Lydon and Tony Garcia, was one out of 14 books selected by Planetizen for their lasting relevance and excellence in research of the urban planning field in the…
Street Plans is excited to announce the release of our latest research project, the Asphalt Art Guide, in collaboration with Bloomberg Associates. The guide is a free resource for cities looking to transform streets and public spaces with art. The guide features over two dozen case studies around the…
From Miami to Boston, cities across North America are looking for ways to accelerate and improve transit projects more than ever before. Our latest research report, Fast-Tracked: A Tactical Transit Study, was just released today by the Transportation Research Board of The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine….