— Open Streets began in the 1970's in Bogota, Colombia, to demonstrate what can happen when streets are reimagined through the eyes of pedestrians and alternative modes of transportation. Shipdaddy Studio was engaged by the Downtown Detroit Partnership and Human Scale Studio to produce Open Streets Detroit for the inaugural and second annual year, connecting three culturally diverse neighborhoods 15,000+ attendees, 110+ program partners, 250 volunteers, 100 police officers, dozens of local businesses along the route, and 20+ local vendors and businesses contributing to the production of the event.

— Open Streets began in the 1970's in Bogota, Colombia, to demonstrate what can happen when streets are reimagined through the eyes of pedestrians and alternative modes of transportation.
Shipdaddy Studio was engaged by the Downtown Detroit Partnership and Human Scale Studio to produce Open Streets Detroit for the inaugural and second annual year, connecting three culturally diverse neighborhoods 15,000+ attendees, 110+ program partners, 250 volunteers, 100 police officers, dozens of local businesses along the route, and 20+ local vendors and businesses contributing to the production of the event.

 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

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 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

 Credit:  Ali Lapetina

Credit: Ali Lapetina

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 Credit:  Ali Lapetina

Credit: Ali Lapetina

 Credit:  Ali Lapetina

Credit: Ali Lapetina

 Credit:  Ali Lapetina

Credit: Ali Lapetina

 Credit:  Ali Lapetina

Credit: Ali Lapetina

 Credit:  Ali Lapetina

Credit: Ali Lapetina

 Credit:  Ali Lapetina

Credit: Ali Lapetina

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 — Open Streets began in the 1970's in Bogota, Colombia, to demonstrate what can happen when streets are reimagined through the eyes of pedestrians and alternative modes of transportation. Shipdaddy Studio was engaged by the Downtown Detroit Partnership and Human Scale Studio to produce Open Streets Detroit for the inaugural and second annual year, connecting three culturally diverse neighborhoods 15,000+ attendees, 110+ program partners, 250 volunteers, 100 police officers, dozens of local businesses along the route, and 20+ local vendors and businesses contributing to the production of the event.
 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed
OpenStreets-106.0.jpg
 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed
 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed
 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed
 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed
 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed
 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed
 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed
 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed
 Credit:  Michelle & Chris Gerard ,  Curbed
 Credit:  Ali Lapetina
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 Credit:  Ali Lapetina
 Credit:  Ali Lapetina
 Credit:  Ali Lapetina
 Credit:  Ali Lapetina
 Credit:  Ali Lapetina
 Credit:  Ali Lapetina
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— Open Streets began in the 1970's in Bogota, Colombia, to demonstrate what can happen when streets are reimagined through the eyes of pedestrians and alternative modes of transportation.
Shipdaddy Studio was engaged by the Downtown Detroit Partnership and Human Scale Studio to produce Open Streets Detroit for the inaugural and second annual year, connecting three culturally diverse neighborhoods 15,000+ attendees, 110+ program partners, 250 volunteers, 100 police officers, dozens of local businesses along the route, and 20+ local vendors and businesses contributing to the production of the event.

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

Credit: Michelle & Chris Gerard, Curbed

Credit: Ali Lapetina

Credit: Ali Lapetina

Credit: Ali Lapetina

Credit: Ali Lapetina

Credit: Ali Lapetina

Credit: Ali Lapetina

Credit: Ali Lapetina

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