credit: cap times

credit: cap times

Central Park
Madison's new Central Park in the Williamson-Marquette neighborhood has opened up a world of possibilities. What if sprawling warehouses gave way to cozy row houses and empty railways became tree-lined bike boulevards? 


credit: Bing Maps

credit: Bing Maps

Monroe Street at Camp Randall
There’s a special place in Madison where too much happens all at once. How can we streamline a mess of streets to enhance the bicycle and pedestrian experience while still maintaining flow a vital thoroughfare? 


Washburn Place: Madison's Next Great Street
Big projects make all the headlines, but small changes can make the biggest impacts. Madison's next great street is only one block long. And instead of cars, it's full of shoppers and diners relaxing at its tables under the lights. 


Schenk's Corners
Long ago given away to the automobile, one of Madison's most important intersections holds substantial untapped potential. Wider sidewalks, tighter corners, shorter pedestrians crossings and street closures can give this space back to people.