Miami Beach, FL
The City of Miami Beach contracted Street Plans to redesign its street network in favor of bicycle and pedestrian movement. The project involves a holistic redesign of the street network, and takes into account the concerns of pedestrians, cyclists, tree canopy advocates, and neighbors alike. Click here for more.
Plan BTV Bike Walk is a citywide planning effort to enhance safety and increase active mobility in Burlington, VT. The project culminates with the creation of the City’s first Bicycle and Pedestrian Action Plan, as well as the scoping of priority projects for implementation to occur in the short term. Click here for more.
San Francisco, CA
The San Francisco Planning Department hired Street Plans to conduct a research study that would provide guidance and information about best practices for effective stewardship of emerging public spaces, from plazas, to parklets, to living alleys. Click HERE for more.
In August 2016, Street Plans completed the East Little Havana Historic Resource Survey, a three year survey of historic structures in Little Havana, FL. The Survey hopes to catalyze long-term historic preservation efforts in the neighborhood, as it concluded that over 30% of structures in the combined seven study areas are historic. Click here for more.
Miami Beach, FL
Street Plans assisted Dover, Kohl & Partners in the creation of the North Beach Master Plan. Street Plans led the community engagement process, which included a design charrette, and produced the master plan report based upon the information gathered from the public during the charrette process. Click here for more.
St. Louis, MO
Trailnet retained Street Plans to develop a regional bicycle and pedestrian design guide entitled Streets for Everyone. The guide includes best practice policy and design responses calibrated to the land use conditions found in the region. Click here for more.
Street Plans worked with Freeport's Active Living Task Force to create a plan to improve active living opportunities and enhance quality of life for residents. Recommendations were organized around six focus areass: Engineering, Education, Encouragement, Enforcement, Equity, and Evaluation. Click here for more.
The Portland Area Comprehensive Transportation System (PACTS) is the Metropolitan Planning Organization for the Portland region. Street Plans worked with PACTS to develop the Portland Area North Bicycle and Pedestrian Implementation Plan. Click here for more.
With The City of Westminster and its citizens, The Street Plans Collaborative completed the City’s first bicycle master planning effort. With over 100,000 residents, Westminster plays
a key role in advancing sustainable transportation for the entire Denver metro region. Click here for more.
Street Plans completed the Miami's first comprehensive Miami Bicycle Master Plan in September of 2009. The ambitious 20-year plan seeks to expand Miami’s 15 miles of existing bicycle facilities to more than 280 miles of inter-connected bikeways. Click here for more.
Allentown's Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement Plan focused on designing several bicycle and pedestrian improvements through two key downtown corridors. Street Plans led public outreach and produced renderings of potential alternatives. Click here for more.
Street Plans worked with the planning team to maximize the bicycle-friendliness of the 5401 North mixed-use development. The 5401 bicycle plan includes a bicycle network plan, bicycle parking plan, wayfinding and signing plan, and street sections and intersection designs. Click HERE for more.
New York + New Jersey
The Harbor Ring is a proposed 50-mile cycling and pedestrian route encircling New York Harbor. The route would integrate 28 miles of existing shared-use paths and bike-ways connecting Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Bayonne, Jersey City, and Hoboken. Click HERE for more.
Street Plans designed a Bicycle Network Plan connecting Bristol's residential neighborhoods, downtown, and four major parks. The Bristol Rising plan maps the recovery of the city's vibrant and historic mixed-use urban core, framed by a network of bicycle and pedestrian-friendly streets. Click HERE for more.
The goal of the Healthy Places by Design pilot program is to inform local ordinances that guide the decision making process to be more supportive of health in the community. For these trainings, Street Plans led a unique survey processes and designed workshops to meet the needs of each participating community. Click HERE for more.
Jean Lafitte, LA
The Jean Lafitte Town Resiliency Plan was developed to help the town overcome converging economic and environmental challenges related to hurricane recovery and increased flooding due to coastal erosion and sea level rise. Street Plans led the bicycle and pedestrian design/planning aspects of the project. Click here for more.
Street Plans was commissioned to help the Lewiston-Auburn area achieve a balanced and complete transportation system. Street Plans performed a Downtown Arterial Streets Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Analysis + Plan, Complete Streets Best Management + Design Manual, and a Bicycle/Pedestrian Greenways Connectivity Plan. Click HERE to learn more.
El Paso, TX
Connecting El Paso was the first project in an ongoing collaboration with Dover Kohl & Partners where Street Plans provided transportation, urban design, and digital media services for the City of El Paso. Click HERE for more.
Coral Gables, FL
The Coral Gables City Commission will invest $400,000 in the expansion of bicycle facilities. Street Plans was hired to identify projects that can be implemented with the $400,000 investment in the short term, while also identifying bike/ped investments for the long-term. Click here for more.
Teaming with HNTB, Street Plans completed a detailed bicycle and pedestrian study for Miami’s Health District. This 1-sq. mile area is home to many of the region’s hospitals and medical research facilities, as well as the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine. Click HERE fore more.
Street Plans was retained by the City of Albuquerque to provide bicycle planning and design services for the Rio Grande corridor. The recommendations include the bicycle facility type as well as signing, signalization, and intersection design details. Click HERE to learn more.
Street Plans was hired by the City of Ponderay, ID to create a regulating plan for the Pend D’Oreille Lakeside. Street Plans conducted a design charrette, multiple public meetings, and completed a subarea plan based upon the public feedback. Click HERE for more.
Dennis Port, MA
The Street Plans Collaborative joined B. Dennis Town & Building Design, Dover, Kohl & Partners, and Portsmouth, NH based TND Engineering to provide bikeway planning and design support for the Dennis Port, Massachusetts Redevelopment and Revitalization Master Plan Charrette. Click HERE for more.
St. Louis, MO
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 Bike Month (May). Click HERE for more.
The Street Plans Collaborative worked alongside The Project for Public Spaces in completing a downtown and corridor vision plan in Brunswick, Maine, a historic college town that has long served as the gateway to the State’s beautiful mid-coast region. Click HERE for more.
Lexington County, SC
Developer Joe Mellett hired Street Plans to conduct the preliminary planning, urban design, and marketing efforts for a proposed car-free town called Bicycle City located in Lexington County, SC approximately 12 miles from Columbia. Click HERE to see more.
In collaboration with Green Mobility Network, Miami’s leading active transportation advocacy organization, Street Plans developed the City of Miami’s first bicycle map. The waterproof, foldable map includes safety information, major destinations, and existing bicycle routes. Click HERE for more.
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, the primary corridor between Downtown Denver and Interstate 70. Click HERE for more.
Albemarle Region, NC
Street Plans and multiple partners assisted with the creation of a regional bicycle master plan in northeast North Carolina. The predominantly rural 10-county Albemarle region is comprised of natural preserves, productive farmland, and a scattering of hamlets, villages, and small towns and cities. Click HERE to learn more.
Street Plans Principal Mike Lydon served as a primary author of the City of Miami’s first Bicycle Action Plan. The Plan identifies numerous goals, actions, policies, and programs intended to make Miami safer and more inviting for bicyclists. In October of 2008, the Miami City Commission unanimously adopted the Bicycle Action Plan. Click HERE for more.
Street Plans contributed to the 2008 Miami Bicycle Action Plan, which set short-term goals to improve the city’s bicycling conditions. As a result, Miami went from being one of the top three worst US cities for bicyclists in 2008 to earning a Bronze level BFC designation in 2012. Click HERE for more.