In Detroit, the longest protected bike lane ever built at once. In Montreal, a cultural gateway to the city with towering sculptures spanning acres of newfound public space. And in Vancouver, an iconic kilometer-long bridge re-imagined as a cyclist and pedestrian haven, welcoming people to downtown.
Across North America, cities are re-imagining their widest, most dangerous streets as places for people to walk, bike, stroll, and be connected to their neighborhoods. From highways to boulevards, see how major streets are being transformed for public life.