Responses Continued ↓

A Blueprint for Shared Summer Streets in Hudson by Liz McEnaney, Anna Dietzsch, and Kaja Kühl
Distance Dining: A Reopening Toolkit by Tiya Gordon
Integrating Social Distancing into Street Planning by Catherine McVay, Patrick Kennell, Kate Ascher, and John Messengale
Exploring the Role of Parks as Community Recovery & Resilience by Victoria Cerullo
Shifting Perspectives on Street Life by April Schneider and Haikun Xu
Inside Out: A Case Study for Improving City Streets by Peter Martin and Kevin Alexander

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Urban Design Forum launched City Life After Coronavirus, a digital program convening Fellows and international experts to document global responses to the current crisis and to strategize a road to recovery for New York City. In April, we released a Call for Ideas to our network soliciting a broad range of submissions that envision how urban planning and design should change in the wake of Covid-19 as we strive to build a more just city for all New Yorkers. We are featuring some of the most compelling ideas in a series of reflections and proposals about diverse topics like education, community engagement, and mobility. Explore the full Gallery of Urban Ideas here.