Pedestrian Plazas: A Case Study of Best Practices in Three US Cities

Gohringer, Elizabeth.

Abstract: Pedestrian plaza programs, which convert excess roadway into pedestrian-priority spaces, have emerged in several large cities in the US in recent years. Cities are experimenting with different ways to activate public spaces, while working towards public health, active transportation, and economic goals. Public plazas are a result of these motivations. Relatively little has been written i... read more

Tufts University. Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning.
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