Street Plans was hired by the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission to work with the cities of Bentonville, Bella Vista, and Rogers to lead public outreach efforts with community members and create a series of month-long bikeway pilot projects.
Street Plans worked with the Sydney-based consultancy Place Partners to integrate Tactical Urbanism into the master planning implementation process and work with businesses and community members to design a temporary public park
48x48x48 is a replicable, community building process targeting opportunity areas at three time scales: hours, weeks, and months.
Street Plans joined the City of San Marcos and Dover, Kohl & Partners in re-envisioning downtown utilizing tactical urbanism—yielding low cost/high gain, long-term change.
Street Plans worked alongside the Greenbelt Alliance and the Buena Vista Neighborhood Association to lead public workshops and create a 2-day demonstration project showing possibilities for better bike infrastructure.
The City hired Street Plans to lead the multi-part event, with the goal of engaging the community in brainstorming and creating a unique project in the West End of Portsmouth. Street Plans facilitated a design workshop and led the project implementation.
As part of the public engagement process for a Complete Streets study, Street Plans led volunteers in creating a temporary bike lane and temporary expanded sidewalk space along Monterey Road in Morgan Hill.
Street Plans facilitated a visioning workshop for Atlanta community members and temporarily transformed two blocks of Auburn Avenue in Atlanta’s historic neighborhood into a model walkable community.