Street Plans was hired by the Hawaii State Department of Health to work alongside the City and County of Honolulu to make the streets of the Kalihi neighborhood safer and more walkable. This project will also allow the city to test the Quick Build method.
The City of New Haven engaged Street Plans to lead the implementation of six demonstration projects throughout the city to make the streets safer and more walkable to all users.
Street Plans was hired by the City of Miami Beach to develop a design for, and implement, a parking lot transformation in Miami Beach’s North Beach neighborhood.
The Miami-Dade Transportation Quick-Build Program is an ongoing collaboration dedicated to making it easy for citizens to make meaningful improvements to their neighborhoods.
Street Plans implemented Taste of Avenue 3 in October 2018 as its fourth Miami-Dade Transportation Quick-Build Program project, with additional support from the Miami DDA and in partnership with nonprofit Avenue 3 Miami.
Street Plans was hired by Asheville on Bikes and The Blue Ridge Bicycle Club to develop and implement a Tactical Urbanism project along Coxe Avenue in Downtown Asheville, NC.
Street Plans was awarded a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to work with the City of Akron and the University of Akron to design and construct a three-month complete street pilot project along Exchange Street.
In 2018, Street Plans led the installation of various interventions along Broad Street in Providence, RI as part of a public engagement strategy called City Walk.
In October 2017, Street Plans transformed a local neighborhood street in the Miami Shores village into a pedestrian-friendly plaza as part of the Miami-Dade Transportation Quick Build Challenge. To this day the plaza is still used by the community
Street Plans implemented six walkability workshops to gather feedback from residents for the City of Jersey City’s forthcoming Pedestrian Enhancement Plan.