Streets that work 24/7

streets that work 24/7Deliver a more intuitive, responsive street network.

Downtown’s street network currently functions as a patchwork of conflicting grids. These outdated street operations no longer align with Downtown’s modern-day role as a place to work, live, enjoy the arts, hit the restaurants and bars, go to school, or enjoy the attractions of a great American city. To truly make this a city for all people, while also prioritizing sustainable usage, the Downtown Mobility Plan calls for overhauled mobility, curb use, and placemaking needs that work for everyone, every hour of the day.

Streets that work 24/7


  • Develop dynamic curbside regulations, with more flexibility during off-peak hours and dedicated locations for short-term pick-up/drop-off
  • Optimize alleyways for service functions with improved waste coordination
  • Implement peak period enforcement of illegal stopping/loading, stop bar violations, blocking the box, etc.
  • Support freight coordination for off-peak and more urban-friendly options (electric vehicles, cargo bike, etc.)
  • Evaluate network impact of one-way streets
  • Determine the role and future needs for on-street parking and electric vehicle charging stations



  • Evaluate one-way streets
  • Evaluate on-street parking and curbside loading supply and demand
  • Identify alleys that can be better utilized for deliveries and waste collection activities


  • Develop dynamic curbside regulations and real-time monitoring systems
  • Deploy mobility ambassadors to reduce moving and curb violations that increase safety and decrease congestion


  • Pilot adaptive and responsive signals
  • Introduce curb utilization sensors to improve curb management
  • Prioritize dedicated loading space and charging infrastructure for e-cargo (bikes, trikes, and small vehicles)

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