Tag Archives | Janette Sadik-Khan

Sunday Summary – March 26, 2017

streets.mn held its 3rd Annual Writers’ Workshop yesterday which gathered some board members, editors, writers and people who will be writers very soon. The pizza was delicious and the conversation excellent on such issues as helping streets.mn build its culture, what streets.mn can do to help writers write (or get that first post published), practical […]

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“Street Fight: Handbook for an Urban Revolution”

Janette Sadik-Khan served as transportation commissioner for the city of New York during Michael Bloomberg’s tenure as mayor. She was in charge of most of the streets, roads, bridges, tunnels, and ferries responsible for moving a population of over eight million people. As such, she was responsible for the maintenance and programming of more infrastructure […]

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Ben Hamiton-Baillie, Shared Space and Lying Down in the Street

At CNU 22 in Buffalo last month, I met an Englishman during a pub crawl. He was a pleasant enough chap, but kept wandering in to the quiet streets of downtown Buffalo, as if to demonstrate how much space we waste in our cities by giving it over solely to cars. Little did I know this […]

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