Urban planners are often challenged by how long it takes to make decisions and how much money and time it takes to implement change in a city. In this episode, we talk to someone who has found ways to address this problem by thinking about city-building a little differently and occasionally using traffic cones, spray chalk, and planters along the way. Mike Lydon is the Principal of Street Plans Collaborative.

Learn more about Mike’s work at street-plans.com.
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