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  • Say "YES" to Protected Bike Lanes on Barton Springs Rd & E 12th St
    If you want to mess around with the street design tool used in this article, you can at Source: about 1 year ago
  • Effort to redesign one of Milwaukee's most dangerous streets, North Avenue, picks up speed
    If you'd like to try your hand at redesigning North Ave. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Using AI to create renders of streetscapes? Showing possible transformation of existing places?
    It's not AI backed, but I've found Streetmix to be very useful for that kind of task. There are options for car, bike, and transit lanes. It only gives you a cross section of the street, so you can't model intersections, but it's a great tool for showing how streets could be rearranged. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Is there an authoritative "Dutch Road Design Guide" published by Dutch government or a respected NGO?
    Oof that sucks. I just learned about this thing called Street Mix (from Shifter’s YouTube channel), and it’s pretty cool. It’s just a cross section view of a street, but it was fun to play with. Doesn’t work on phone browsers, btw. Source: over 1 year ago
  • A Protected Bike lane design I made for Clark/Lincoln/Wells. (Current design in second image)
    Nice! If you want to figure out actual lane widths/etc, I'd recommend creating some Streetmix cross cuts. It would help give a visualization of the curb to curb space allocation at ground level. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Cities: Skylines II | Wishlist for CS2, Megathread. List and discuss your ideas and must haves here
    I really want to see an intuitive asset designer, especially for networks. Something similar to would be ideal. Being able to do it on the fly (particularly around intersections) would be ideal but id settle for a separate mode. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Thanks for the suggestions, here’s the updated Bike Lane mock up! (warning: stroad)
    Nice work! Here are a couple of resources that might be helpful: - NATCO’s Urban Street Design Guide. They have an excellent collection of design patterns with high quality illustrations. - has an easy to use tool for street design but it is 2D. I haven’t used it myself yet. I am not sure if it can be used to design intersections. Source: over 1 year ago
  • I want to add a bike lane to my street so I made a mock up version - any suggestions?
    There’s this one website called that helps. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Software Advice for Road Design?
    Honestly one of the easiest things for streetscapes is using the website streetmix. Otherwise yeah I suppose you could get some centerlines and draw them up in qgis. Source: over 1 year ago
  • My unlikely hope for C:S 2 - completely overhaul the road system
    Kind of like but in CS. I've known this website for quite a while and always wondered what this would look like in game. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Do you think Division street should be redesigned?
    A fun tool for this is you can easily visualize your street plan with many of the modern road treatments. (for width north division is about 30 meters wide) Here is my attempt at a realistic redesign, and slight more ambitious here . Source: almost 2 years ago
  • How do we fix the northbound intersection @ Elston & Milwaukee?
    What's your idea? Streetmix is a great tool on desktop for mocking up your idea. You might also want an overhead drawing. Anyone you know that can draw to scale is your best resource. Concrete curb? Draw it. Take that to the alderman, Burnett in the new maps. Ask for a letter of support. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Which app is this?
    Looks like just FYI, it only works on desktops and tablets for now. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Pedestrian safety project on tap near Mercedes-Benz Stadium
    I did it really quickly this morning and I am a bit restricted by what allows, but I feel like it gets the point across that 36' of vegetation is asinine. Source: over 2 years ago
  • I like to reimagine what Ottawa streets would look like if more space were given to pedestrians and people on bikes: here's Carling Ave
    This is just a cartoon, Streetmix (the tool I used to make this illustration) only gives so many lighting options! I agree though, the lighting would have to be more substantial to properly illuminate the street at night. Source: over 2 years ago
  • I like to reimagine what Ottawa streets would look like if more space were given to pedestrians and people on bikes: here's Carling Ave
    This is my idea for a more pedestrian- and biking-friendly Carling Ave. I made it with, using rough measurements taken from Google Maps looking East along Carling at Preston (Street View here). In principle it should be possible to cary this design, or something like it, all the way from Bronson to Bayshore. Carling Ave is a dangerous, noisy, ugly and inefficient use of public space, and I wanted to... Source: over 2 years ago
  • I like to reimagine what Toronto streets would look like if they were car-free: here's Queen St W
    Made with using rough measurements from Google Maps (approximately here). Source: over 2 years ago
  • Does anyone know how to create something like this? Or does anyone have a file template with something similar to this? Trying to add this to A Zoning Exhibit
    Kinda cartoony but it solved my problem: Source: over 2 years ago
  • What you can do with 24 meters of space. A wide stroad is not doomed, it can become a wide street. [OC]
    If you ever want to play around with different options for streets check out Source: over 2 years ago
  • Discussion Thread
    I recently discovered and it is now my favorite 'game' on the internet. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Best software for street design?
    Streetmix, if you’re looking for something quick and basic — Source: about 3 years ago

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