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.
In collaboration with Green Mobility Network, Street Plans developed the City of Miami’s first bicycle map. The map, which focuses on Miami’s core neighborhoods is a project of District 2 City Commissioner Marc Sarnoff.
In 2006, Street Plans was hired to complete the vision for Bicycle City, a new car-free community in Lexington County, SC. The new town will be linked by a connected network of greenways that are designed for walking and cycling.
Following the passage of the El Paso Comprehensive Plan, Street Plans was tasked with producing a series of SmartCode applications for key locations around the city.
Street Plans conducted a national study to develop a comprehensive guide for the San Francisco Planning Department, addressing key elements of public space management.
In 2008, the Miami City Commission adopted the Bicycle Action Plan. The Plan identifies numerous goals, actions, and policies intended to make Miami safer and more inviting for bicyclists
Connecting El Paso was the first project in an ongoing collaboration with Dover Kohl & Partners where Street Plans provided transportation, urban design, and digital media services for the City of El Paso following the approval of the SmartCode Ordinance.
The Street Plans Collaborative provided bikeway network, bicycle parking, and other urban planning services for the Damariscotta, Maine Heart and Soul Community planning initiative.
On behalf of the Federal Highway Administration, Street Plans joined Project for Public Spaces in providing technical assistance to the City of Denver in the re-design of Brighton Boulevard.