Participation is Power: Outer boroughs in São Paulo compete to transform their streets

By Najwa Doughman, Kat Gowland and Ankita Chachra  Local communities in São Paulo, Brazil, are taking action this year for safer streets and vibrant public spaces. In 2017, the city suffered 7,797 road traffic fatalities, 3,651 of which were pedestrians and cyclists, highlighting the need for addressing this challenge through street design. The newly launched Proposta … Continue reading Participation is Power: Outer boroughs in São Paulo compete to transform their streets