COVID Forced Cities to Redesign Their Streets. Now, Some of Those Changes are Permanent.

Advocates for more walkable, bikeable cities can take lessons from what’s worked well in COVID-related redesigns, says Mike Lydon, principal at Street Plans, a design firm that focuses on tactical urbanism. Outdoor dining programs were successful in part because “everybody eats but not everybody bikes,” he says. “As much as advocates can find ways that these changes appeal to a broader audience, those tend to have more success.” 

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