News May 2, 2018

Streets for Kids – Expression of Interest for Contributors Network

Street For Kids program will develop child-focused design guidance
Image Credits: Marcos Moura/Fortaleza City Hall

Our network of global experts made invaluable contributions to the Global Street Design Guide (GSDG), and we are now looking to establish an expert-network to support the production of the Streets For Kids GSDG supplement. The expert network will be invited to contribute best practice case studies and provide feedback on drafts.Please note that all inputs and feedback will be taken into consideration, but inclusion in the final document is at the discretion of the project team. All contributions will be acknowledged in the final document under the acknowledgments page.

If you have expertise on child-oriented planning or design and are interested in participating please fill out this form.

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