The Poughkeepsie City Center Connectivity Project is focused on developing improvements to the downtown street network to enhance mobility and revitalize the city’s downtown.
The Tactical Urbanism Salon travels to different cities to highlight and draw together individuals, organizations, and local government departments seeking new ways to overcome existing challenges in the built environment.
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.
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.
Street Plans was engaged by 100 Resilient Cities to host “Tactical Resilience” workshops in various 100RC member cities and encourage them to develop demonstration projects that prioritize resilience and urban mobility.
Street Plans, together with Alta Planning + Design, designed and implemented seven Tactical Urbanism projects as part of the Southern California Association of Governments’ (SCAG) Go Human region-wide safety and encouragement campaign.
Street Plans implemented a day-long intervention along the waterfront in Downtown West Palm Beach as a part of the winning research team, Happier by Design.
Street Plans was hired by the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission to work with the cities of Bentonville, Bella Vista, and Rogers to lead public outreach efforts with community members and create a series of month-long bikeway pilot projects.
Street Plans worked with the Sydney-based consultancy Place Partners to integrate Tactical Urbanism into the master planning implementation process and work with businesses and community members to design a temporary public park