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Streetplan: Hacking Streetmix for community-based outreach on the future of streets

@inproceedings{Riggs2016StreetplanHS,
  title={Streetplan: Hacking Streetmix for community-based outreach on the future of streets},
  author={William Riggs and Michael R. Boswell and Ryder Ross},
  year={2016}
}
Riggs, Boswell and Ross describe their pilot street design project deploying Streetplan, a version of the opensource tool Streetmix. As part of the City of San Luis Obispo downtown revisioning project, their efforts inform the process, currently underway, of revising the Downtown Vision Concept Plan. The project was presented at the 2016 Code for America Summit. Streetplan: Hacking Streetmix for Community-Based Outreach on the Future of Streets 

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