Grow Smart CLT: Re-envisioning Streets as Equitable Public Places

What if public streets could do more than just moving and parking cars? What if they could become vibrant public places with room for people to walk, bike, dine, and celebrate equity? Join us as we talk with city leaders about how Charlotte’s streets are being transformed in creative ways including Shared Streets, the Outdoor Dining Program, the Black Lives Matter street mural and pedestrian plaza -- and what might lie ahead! Speakers include Taiwo Jaiyeoba, Assistant City Manager and Planning Director, and Julie Eiselt, Mayor Pro Tem. Register for free here!


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  • July 09, 2020 at 5:00pm – 6pm

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  • Teryn Roberts
    followed this page 2020-07-09 17:01:04 -0400
  • Michael Copeland
    commented 2020-06-18 10:51:29 -0400
    Thank you for hosting what’s sure to be opportunistic dialogue for the community of Charlotte. Repurposing public infrastructure – like city streets – to be more flexible, adaptive, welcoming and “people-friendly”, is a great start towards addressing challenges that both (un)equity and COVID-19 presents.