Streets for Pandemic Response and Recovery
This resource aggregates and synthesizes emerging practices in transportation and street design in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It highlights cities’ current efforts to re-organize streets to best manage this crisis and support economic recovery. This evolving resource is not a comprehensive list of options, nor is it calibrated for the needs of a specific community; every city should assess local context and need, as well as the trajectory of the pandemic in the community, to inform a response and implementation strategy.
These emerging practices are organized into standalone implementation sheets. Additional sheets will be released as they are developed in order to help cities rapidly innovate, and this resource will be continually updated and expanded over the coming weeks and months based on evolving practices.
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This resource was funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies and developed by NACTO + GDCI with support from Bloomberg Associates, Street Plans, and Sam Schwartz Consulting.