Recently, our Wayne State 2011 Capstone team finished our neighborhood study on Woodbridge, a neighborhood adjacent to Detroit’s Midtown. Our client was the Woodbridge Citizen’s District Council, a locally elected body that oversees (in some regards) the neighborhood as a whole. We held meetings, canvassed neighborhoods, surveyed the land, interviewed residents, researched solutions, walked around […]
Great Streets Vision
San Francisco’s streets should attract people of all kinds to its network of great places connected by excellent sidewalks, bikeways and public transportation. Streets should be compelling public spaces that build community, the foundation of thriving shopping and welcoming to even the most vulnerable users. They should be balanced, providing multi-modal mobility, with priority given to people on foot, bicycles and public transportation. A successful network of places will return SF’s streets to their rightful place as the center of civic life, making SF a great place to live, do business and visit.
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