Adapting Streets During Uncertain Times: Using Quick-Build to Create Resilient Streets & Public Spaces

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Overhead view of a painted street

During the COVID-19 pandemic, cities around the world recognized the need to adapt to ever-changing conditions during the quarantine and beyond. Many learned that this moment presented both a need and an opportunity to expand the space they allocate for bicyclists and pedestrians.

This webinar with Street Plans Collaborative Founder Tony Garcia focused on how cities can use the quick-build methodology to address critical street safety and neighborhood improvement projects.

Watch the webinar to find out how to improve your neighborhoods and streets by building more public spaces for people to safely walk, bike, roll and run. 

Quick-builds are reversible and adjustable. They can be built in phases within days or weeks and through incremental and low cost installations. And they can be undone after a pilot or testing.