Trailnet, the St. Louis region’s leading bicycle advocacy organization, retained Street Plans to develop a multimedia bicycling encouragement campaign to be rolled out during the Bike Month and the Shift Your Commute Challenge.
Bayfront Parkway was a one-week “living rendering” designed and organized by Street Plans to allay fears about loss of parking and demonstrate how the underutilized parking lots could be transformed into a viable public space.
On behalf of the Federal Highway Administration, Street Plans joined Project for Public Spaces in providing technical assistance to the City of Denver in the re-design of Brighton Boulevard.
In 2014, Street Plans was hired by the City of Ponderay, ID to create a regulating plan for the Pend D’Oreille Lakeside. The plan included new land development regulations and planning strategies.
In 2010, Dover Kohl & Partners completed the Rio Grande Master Plan, which recommended the implementation of appropriate bicycle facilities connecting the neighborhoods.
Street Plans assisted the North Carolina Department of Transportation, the Albemarle Rural Planning Organization (RPO), and Alta Planning + Design team with the creation of a regional bicycle master plan.
Street Plans worked alongside The Project for Public Spaces in completing a downtown corridor vision plan in Brunswick, ME, to stimulate smart urban growth in one of Maine’s most historic towns.
In 2014, Street Plans was commissioned by the Androscoggin Transportation Resource Center to help the Lewiston-Auburn area achieve a balanced and complete transportation system.
Street Plans hosted multiple Tactical Urbanism workshop aimed at finding prototypical challenge sites found throughout the city and inspire community members to become more involved in the physical improvement of their city.
Street Plans worked with various Minneapolis-based organizations to lead the visioning and design of a 6-month pilot project, which resulted in a 5-block demonstration of possibilities for a permanent greenway.