The Year of Open Space is an initiative by the City of Jersey City to optimize their existing public spaces for a post-pandemic world & to create more innovative, non-traditional public spaces to better meet the community’s needs.
Park To Park 103 is a community-driven project to redesign and create a permanent Open Street on W. 103rd Street in Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Since January 2021, Street Plans has executed over 30 events both in the neighborhood and at the Plaza, from large music festivals to intimate community gatherings.
Street Plans helped East Cut CBD and the San Francisco Planning Department create a framework for a public outreach strategy for their public realm plan.
In March 2019 Street Plans held a two day charrette in East Portland, Louisville as part of the CNU legacy charrettes in anticipation of the 27th Congress for the New Urbanism.
Street Plans worked along side WRT and the Yerba Buena Community Benefit District to lead the public engagement efforts for the creation of the second edition of the Yerba Buena Street Life Plan.
The Miami-Dade Transportation Quick-Build Program is an ongoing collaboration dedicated to making it easy for citizens to make meaningful improvements to their neighborhoods.
The Berkeley Undergraduate Initiative (UGI) is a strategic planning project focused on re-imagining a University of California Berkeley undergraduate education. Led by the Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education, the UGI seeks to allow stakeholders to imagine new opportunities for enhancing the undergraduate experience.
Together with Council Member Stephen Levin and Brooklyn Community Board 2, Transportation Alternatives hosted a Jay Street community street safety planning workshop on March 10, 2014. The Workshop was held at the National Grid Auditorium in Downtown Brooklyn. Approximately 100 people attended.
Street Plans Principal Mike Lydon joined Chuck Marohn of Strong Towns and Joe Minicozzi of Urban3 in a three-day “boot camp” style workshop for Memphis city leaders. The training was hosted by the City of Memphis, the Urban Land Institute, and a variety of other local businesses and organizations.