A city's residents understand how to make exciting streets, squares and parks. Here's how to engage them in the process.
One of the most important aspects of any city is its collective commons, so to speak: the shared public spaces where people gather, be they streets, squares, parks, markets, playgrounds, sports facilities, or something else. This short video (it played smoother on my PC if I did not use the HD feature) from the Adelaide, Australia city council is a nice introduction to the concept. It features Ethan Kent of the Project for Public Spaces:
This post originally appeared on the NRDC's Switchboard blog.