Designing a "green" street is hard. There’s competition for every square foot (travel lanes, parking, bikes, pedestrians, trees, drainage), and myriad technical requirements (load bearing, emergency services, trash collection, maintenance, soils, pollutants). This session focused on how to design and build streets that meet the conventional functions and serve as environmental systems.
Tom Richman, Principal, Office of Tom Richman
T. Frick McNamara, ASLA , Associate Principal, MITHUN architects + designers + planners
Janet Attarian, Project Director, Streetscape & Urban Design, City of Chicago
Philip Erickson, AIA, President, Community Design + Architecture