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Multiple agencies play a role in the various aspects of shaping streets. The blueprint of urban streets is informed by many stakeholders, from creating broad visions and policy agendas, providing local insights, or developing detailed plans and geometric designs. The lifespan of the street depends on well-coordinated project management, quality construction practices, and ongoing maintenance. Ensuring sustainable
streets for coming generations is dependent on embedding change, updating policies, and educating future practitioners.
Identify the specific steps of the process in each local context, and engage with relevant stakeholders to clarify responsibilities and opportunities for shaping quality and equitable streets.
Adapted by Global Street Design Guide published by Island Press.