Talking Headways Podcast

Principal Tony Garcia joined Streetsblog during one of their weekly podcasts about sustainable transportation and urban design called Talking Headways. The episode, titled Test Before You Invest, focused on the TRB Report Fast-Tracked: A Tactical Transit Study. Tony talks about Quick-Build bus lanes and how advocates are recommending change…

State of Place Index

What’s the ROI of Tactical Urbanism? Our friends at State of Place ran an analysis of our recent Asheville Street Tweaks project with Asheville on Bikes and Asheville City Government to find out. While the intervention on Coxe Avenue focused on shared mobility and enhancing walkability, the study showed the…

Let’s Ride JC

Street Plans is in the final stages of finishing Let’s Ride JC, Jersey City’s first bicycle master plan. The project team unveiled the draft plan to the public on April 2nd, which included a large-scale 16’x24′ network map captured by this short Streetfilm. All project documents, included the draft…

Redesigning Coxe Avenue

Over the course of 4 days, Street Plans led the transformation of a .3-mile stretch of Coxe Avenue in Asheville, NC. The project team comprised of volunteers from Asheville on Bikes, the Blue Ridge Bicycle Club and the AARP. The team created 6 new crosswalks, a .3-mile parking and…

Tactical Urbanism in Honolulu

Street Plans has teamed up with the City of Honolulu to implement a two-phase tactical urbanism project starting in 2019. The first phase will consist of a pilot project that will test an existing design while involving community members and City partners. The second phase will focus on developing a quick-build program.

Jubilee Plaza

Street Plans is working with¬†Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc.¬†and Hartford’s Capital Region Council of Governments to advance the implementation of Complete Streets by writing a regional guide for embedding a Tactical Urbanism approach to project delivery.

Let’s Ride JC

On October 13, the City of Jersey City and Street Plans tested a temporary .4-mile protected bikeway as part of the engagement process for the Let’s Ride JC Bicycle Master Plan. The lane was designed to be 75% wider than other lanes in Jersey City to welcome people using bicycles,…

Hands on Exchange

From Saturday, August 11th to Sunday, August 12th Street Plans, the University of Akron, and about 50 total volunteers installed a two-way protected bike lane on the north side of East Exchange Street between Arc Drive and Goodkirk Street. Funded by the Knight Foundation, Hands on Exchange tested new…