Street Plans collaborated on a resource that aggregates and synthesizes emerging practices in transportation and street design in response to the impacts of COVID-19.
Street Plans Principal Mike Lydon was quoted on an article for Fast Company about how cities are starting to rethink their streets to prepare for the reopening of cities. Lydon shares some insight into the types of infrastructure needed.
Street Plans received an honorable mention from Fast Company, an editorial focus on innovation in technology, leadership, and design, for the recently published Asphalt Art Guide.
The Transforming Urban Mobility Initiative hosted Mike Lydon, Laura Bahamón from the City of Bogotá, and moderator Carlos Pardo of NUMO to discuss Tactical Urbanism in the age of COVID19. Lydon explains what Tactical Urbanism is and how cities can, and are, leveraging its core principles to respond to…
Mike Lydon joined colleagues from Louisville’s Urban Design Studio and around the nation in discussing impacts, responses, and ideas for how cities manage and recover from the COVID19 pandemic. Click Here to hear the episode!
Street Plans is working closely with the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA), Spin, DDOT, and residents to design and deliver street safety projects in Wards 7 and 8, an area of the city that is disproportionately impacted by traffic violence. Below is a short video that captured the kickoff…
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.
Street Plans was hired by the City of Miami Beach to develop a design for, and implement, a parking lot transformation in Miami Beach’s North Beach neighborhood.
During the third week of November, Street Plans travelled to Honolulu to complete the city’s first quick build project. Given the staggering increase in pedestrian fatalities in Hawaii, Street Plans was hired by the Hawaii State Department of Health to work alongside the City and County of Honolulu to…