Next time you’re endlessly circling a parking garage, cruising up and down the street for a space, or spending $2.6 million on a robot car-lifter at City Hall, just think about how easy it is for this woman to lock up her bike alongside the 10,000 (!) others at this Netherlands train station.
A message from our friends at the Downtown LA Neighborhood Council:
Parklets are coming to Los Angeles!
The Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council (DLANC) is seeking volunteers to help conduct the Spring Street Parklet Impact Study. Using techniques adapted from Gehl, LACBC, Whyte, Appleyard and others, you will survey public life to create a snapshot of a typical day in Los Angeles’ famed Historic Core.
Volunteers will count pedestrians and cyclists, conduct interviews and map stationary activities. We are looking for volunteers that can commit to one or twoof the following shifts: