In 2018, Street Plans led the installation of various interventions along Broad Street in Providence, RI as part of a public engagement strategy called City Walk.
In October 2017, Street Plans transformed a local neighborhood street in the Miami Shores village into a pedestrian-friendly plaza as part of the Miami-Dade Transportation Quick Build Challenge. To this day the plaza is still used by the community
Street Plans implemented six walkability workshops to gather feedback from residents for the City of Jersey City’s forthcoming Pedestrian Enhancement Plan.
Street Plans assisted Dover, Kohl & Partners alongside the City of Miami Beach’s master plan steering committee, in the creation of the North Beach Master Plan.
Street Plans was hired by the City of Ponderay to produce the Ponderay Greenbelt and Pathways Master Plan, which outlines 18 priority projects to shape Ponderay’s future growth.
The Poughkeepsie City Center Connectivity Project is focused on developing improvements to the downtown street network to enhance mobility and revitalize the city’s downtown.
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.
The SmartCode Bicycle Module was researched and authored by Mike Lydon and Tony Garcia of The Street Plans Collaborative, with assistance from Zachary Adelson. Street Plans has calibrated the module in El Paso, Texas and Fitchburg, WI.
Street Plans was retained by the City of Somerville to assist with the creation of the Davis Square and East Somerville neighborhood master plans to achieve the goals outlined in the SomerVision plan.
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.