Period of time
circa 1600 m2
October - Now
City of Milan, Bloomberg Associates, NACTO, Global Designing Cities Initiatives
Extension of 1600 m2 of existing pedestrian area, with the redefinition of the boundaries between pedestrian and street areas through removable devices and colorful transformation of the asphalted ground with the participation of citizens. Removal of irregular parking.
Valorization of the public character of the area, where a strong sense of community and belonging already exists, creating a new space with a contemporary experimental design and bike sharing services, solving conflicts with vehicular traffic.
Implementation of speed limits
Reduction of parking spots
Implementation of alternative mobility
Number of visitors increased
New urban furniture
Higher quality of the space
The street use changed (new activities)
New spaces for interaction
Time spent in shops increased
Reduction of air pollution
Photo credits: Comune di Milano
Photo credits: Comune di Milano, TUM Chair of Urban Structure and Transport Planning.