Tactical urbanism will be the order of the day on Thursday during a special event on Fifth Avenue in downtown Rome.
So what is tactical urbanism? It’s not a military strategy, it’s a collection of low-cost, temporary changes to an urban environment. Tactical urbanism is an ideal way to test ideas cheaply on a temporary basis before implementing changes permanently, states Kemberli Sargent of PEDS, a pedestrian safety advocacy group based in Atlanta.
PEDS is teaming with the City of Rome and Alta Planning and Design to host a Tactical Urbanism Party on Fifth Avenue in downtown Rome this Thursday from 4 pm until 7 pm. Sargent enthuses that the area will be transformed into a lively pedestrian space.
Set up will begin around 10 am for the event, which is being held as a part of the 2018 Georgia Walk Summit. The public is invited to pitch in, according to Sargent.
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