Cities from coast to coast stepped up to build world-class protected bicycle infrastructure in 2022. Street Plans was proud to be a part of #9 in NJ.
We’re proud to announce that Street Plans’ Vanessa Lira will be participating in this year’s ARC Culture and Community Design program in Atlanta.
While the safe streets movement has struggled with setbacks across the nation, Jersey City – Street Plans’ collaborative partner for the past 6 years, has been the exception.
This town outside of NYC scored the biggest traffic safety success story of 2022. Street Plans helped the city write its ambitious bike master plan.
Traffic engineers and transportation officials show a failure to take responsibility for how unsafe street design contributes to fatality rates – and instead place the blame wrongly on drivers.
The city DOT may soon ban cars from the entrance to Prospect Park, as part of a plan to boost biking and walking by radically reducing the number of vehicles passing through busy Grand Army Plaza.
Street Plans Principal Mike Lydon said working on the conceptual plan was an “exciting opportunity.” The plan is not a “detailed master plan,” but rather a “first look at what the trail may look like.” The hope is that the conceptual plan will aid the town in seeking further grant funding. “This is how we go from ‘no trail’ to ‘trail.’ This is a small but critical step in the process.”
PROJECT STATUS: PLAN COMPLETE The proposed Housatonic Rail Trail Extension Plan is a vision to lengthen the Housatonic Rail Trail from Monroe to Newtown’s Fairfield Hills campus. This 3.5 mile extension will help connect Newtown residents to Fairfield Hills, a former psychiatric hospital that Newtown continues to redevelop into…
Park To Park 103 is a community-driven project to redesign and create a permanent Open Street on W. 103rd Street in Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
An Upper East Side community panel applauded the city for redesigning deadly Third Avenue – but many lamented that the plan could still be more ”ambitious.”