We recently designed and delivered this project with Culver City staff, Sam Schwartz, TY Lin, & dozens of volunteers who helped us implement more than 30,000 sq. ft. of asphalt art.
Our neighbors, especially in areas underserved with open space, urgently need higher-quality and more accessible streets, sidewalks, and outdoor spaces. In most places this will require repurposing available street space to support our city’s economic recovery, equity, and climate adaptation goals.
Alongside our client, we’re really excited to share the SoHo Broadway Initiative Public Realm Framework + Vision Plan! Its framework calls for reducing through traffic & providing much more usable public space.
34th Avenue in Queens has become the gold standard for an open street that puts people ahead of cars, but critics say it goes too far.
Street Plans hosted the second community workshop for the Hudson Connects Implementation Plan. Key projects were selected with help from community members to test as temporary projects during the first week of October
Our best-selling book, Tactical Urbanism: Short-term Action for Long-term Change, was recently translated into Russian by the Strelka Press. Principals Mike Lydon and Tony Garcia were invited to Moscow to celebrate the launch of the 6th volume of the publication series
Street Plans principal, Mike Lydon, is quoted in this Coastal Living article about rising community design trends in beach towns. The article highlights trends that create vibrant waterfronts and walkable downtowns.
Tactical Urbanism is as much about engaging people as it about the physical delivery of better streets and better places. Street Plans is proud to announce that the Southern California Association of Governments’ (SCAG) Go Human Tactical Urbanism Demonstration Events have received a Silver 2019 National Planning Achievement Award…
More than 50 city mayors from 17 countries in Latin America, the Caribbean and Spain met in the city of Medellin, Colombia to exchange experiences and knowledge about social inclusion during three days. This annual meeting was part of the Sustainable Cities Initiative, a program led by the Inter-American…
The Miami-Dade Transportation Quick-Build Program hit a big milestone this week with the completion of the first two selected projects! On Thursday and Friday, Street Plans, joined by DTPW, Miami Realtors, the Greater Miami Shores Chamber of Commerce, Miami Shores Village, RDA Studio, Moonlighter Makerspace, and neighbors painted an asphalt mural representative…