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"Streets as places" seminar Nov. 29-30 in New York City

Project for Public Spaces [PPS] is offering a transportation and placemaking training course for professionals, elected officials and citizen activists. From a walking tour of recent New York City projects to an on-site placemaking street audit and lectures and discussions of current transportation issues, this two-day seminar aims to explore how better street design can serve a diverse range of mobility needs and build more vibrant communities.



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