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San Antonio Urban Street Design Roadshow

Join the City of San Antonio, NACTO, and your peers in creating world-class streets.

Cities around the country have shown that streets can be changed. San Antonio is stepping up to the challenge of transforming its streets, block by block, into safe and active public spaces that prioritize people and link neighborhoods to the city. With major bond investments coming, San Antonio is at an inflection point. The opportunity to set its core streets on a new path is at hand.

This NACTO Urban Street Design Roadshow convenes local staff and decision-makers with national experts from successful peer cities to seize this opportunity. Over two days, the Roadshow will connect planners, engineers, elected officials, and stakeholders with the NACTO network to build new knowledge and momentum for reimagining San Antonio’s streets.

General Agenda

Moving San Antonio

How are San Antonio’s peer cities transforming their streets into vital public spaces? Learn from a panel of inspiring speakers, and hear how each of their cities is taking the lead on creating safer, more vibrant, and more productive multi-modal streets.

Urban Street Design 201   

Dive deep into NACTO’s Urban Street Design Guide during the technical training, delivered by some of the leading practitioners in the field.

Design Charrette 

Roll up your sleeves and get out your engineering scales for this hands-on exercise. Work with your colleagues and peer experts to reimagine two city bond project sites—St. Mary’s Strip & South Presa Street—as vibrant places for people to walk, bike, and catch the bus.

View the full agenda here!

Event Speakers

Laura Dierenfield, Division Manager, Active Transportation & Street Design Division, Austin Transportation Department

Becky Katz, Chief Bicycle Officer, Mobility Planning, City of Atlanta

Alison Mills, Multimodal Street Designer, Austin Transportation Department

Michael Schofield, Multimodal Street Designer, Austin Transportation Department

Emily Snyder, Urban Mobility Manager, Denver Department of Public Works

Rob Viola, Director of Safety Policy & Research, New York City Department of Transportation

Art Reinhardt, Assistant Director, Transportation & Capital Improvements, City of San Antonio

NACTO thanks its partners, the City of San Antonio as well as VIA Metropolitan Transit, for their hard work and support in bringing the Urban Street Design Roadshow to San Antonio.