For our first City R+D competition, our panel of judges chose WalkStop, a proposal for midtown San Francisco that aims to make the city more walkable.
"Cities have the capability of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everybody," Jane Jacobs wrote in The Death and Life of Great American Cities. We couldn't agree more and and so it is with great excitement that we announce the judges selection for the City R+D 2010: San Francisco. The group, comprised of local residents, business owners, urban planners, landscape architects and city officials, was built by organizers Liz Westbrook, Paul Supawanich, and Thea Selby.
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