Vibrant Streets Toolkit

The Vibrant Streets Toolkit can be used by retailers, businesses, merchants’ associations, government agencies, neighborhoods, and community groups to make incremental, measured improvements in their commercial districts to attract shops and restaurants. Getting started is easy. Make a Vibrant Street happen in your neighborhood!



Street Beat

Could Vibrant Streets Go Global?

October 29, 2014

we might be the world's next big idea (but we need your help). Recently, The Guardian and UN Habitat announced a challenge to submit your city's most innovative, transformative urban idea. This Friday, October 31, finalists representing 36 different cities around the world will compete to win the World Cities Day Challenge. Vibrant Streets will represent DC, and we need your help to win.At 10:35 AM EST / 2:35 PM GMT this Friday, head over to theguardian.com to watch Vibrant Streets present, see us answer judges' questions, and respond to Twitter comments from viewers like you. Throughout the twelve-minute session (and all day on Friday), use #CitiesDay on Twitter to engage in the conversation, let us know your thoughts, ask questions, and cheer on your favorite... Continue Reading →

Bourke Street

October 09, 2014

We are featuring Melbourne's Bourke Street, a main pedestrian mall, in honor of the Melbourne Festival this week.

Gloucester Road

August 04, 2014

Europe’s longest street of independent shops, Gloucester Road is located just north of Bristol, UK and features organic food stores, clothes, antiques, and beautiful street art.

 

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