Type: Research Guide Status: Published May 2020 During a few short weeks, much of the world as we know it changed. The COVID-19 global pandemic altered every aspect of urban life in recent months. In response, city transportation officials around the world have quickly implemented new street design and management tools…
Following the completion of the City’s Pedestrian Enhancement Plan, Street Plans was hired to create Jersey City’s first bicycle master plan and a bikeway design guide.
In January 2018, Street Plans and partner Graffito SP were hired by Wexford Science + Technology to execute placemaking studies in five cities in which the company is developing “innovation communities”.
Together with Vermont-based engineering firm DuBois & King, Street Plans led Plan BTV Walk/Bike – Burlington’s first citywide planning effort focused on active transportation.
Street Plans was hired by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG) and Charles County to enhance bicycle and pedestrian connectivity within the Waldorf Urban Area.
For the Streetopia campaign launch, Transportation Alternatives hired Street Plans to create detailed visions for what car-free or car-lite neighborhood streets could look like throughout different New York City boroughs.
The report, released by the Transportation Research Board in 2019, examines transit projects that use low-cost materials and accelerated timelines to expand transit.
The Asphalt Art Guide, released by Bloomberg Associates, features over two dozen case studies highlighting successful plaza and roadway art activations around the world, and a how-to section for cities interested in undertaking their own projects.
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.