48x48x48 is a replicable, community building process targeting opportunity areas at three time scales: hours, weeks, and months.
Street Plans joined the City of San Marcos and Dover, Kohl & Partners in re-envisioning downtown utilizing tactical urbanism—yielding low cost/high gain, long-term change.
Street Plans worked alongside the Greenbelt Alliance and the Buena Vista Neighborhood Association to lead public workshops and create a 2-day demonstration project showing possibilities for better bike infrastructure.
The City hired Street Plans to lead the multi-part event, with the goal of engaging the community in brainstorming and creating a unique project in the West End of Portsmouth. Street Plans facilitated a design workshop and led the project implementation.
As part of the public engagement process for a Complete Streets study, Street Plans led volunteers in creating a temporary bike lane and temporary expanded sidewalk space along Monterey Road in Morgan Hill.
Street Plans facilitated a visioning workshop for Atlanta community members and temporarily transformed two blocks of Auburn Avenue in Atlanta’s historic neighborhood into a model walkable community.