The Asphalt Art Guide, released by Bloomberg Associates, features over two dozen case studies highlighting successful plaza and roadway art activations around the world, and a how-to section for cities interested in undertaking their own projects.
Street Plans was hired by the Hawaii State Department of Health to work alongside the City and County of Honolulu to make the streets of the Kalihi neighborhood safer and more walkable. This project will also allow the city to test the Quick Build method.
The City of New Haven engaged Street Plans to lead the implementation of six demonstration projects throughout the city to make the streets safer and more walkable to all users.
Street Plans was hired by the City of Miami Beach to develop a design for, and implement, a parking lot transformation in Miami Beach’s North Beach neighborhood.
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.
Street Plans implemented Taste of Avenue 3 in October 2018 as its fourth Miami-Dade Transportation Quick-Build Program project, with additional support from the Miami DDA and in partnership with nonprofit Avenue 3 Miami.
Street Plans was hired by Asheville on Bikes and The Blue Ridge Bicycle Club to develop and implement a Tactical Urbanism project along Coxe Avenue in Downtown Asheville, NC.
Our Tactical Urbanism: Short-term Action, Long-term Change publication series documents dozens of case studies and provides background and insight on the converging trends behind this fast growing, action-oriented city-making movement.