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Streetscape

A pictorial character of a scene made up of buildings grouped in combination with landscaping, and street furniture, paving, fences, benches, lampposts, mailboxes, utility poles, transit shelters, trash receptacles, street signs, and commercial signs.
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The China Street Ghaut was identified as a main pedestrian spine under George Town's special area plan and the project was aimed at upgrading the infrastructure, enhance the streetscape, reduce traffic speed, promote walkability and cycling as well as improve connectivity and activity in the east seafront of the precinct.
Currently, Terracare Associates maintains several municipal clients such as the City of Lone Tree and Centennial, Colorado and has handled many municipal streetscape contracts in the Sacramento region including Citrus Heights, Woodland, Folsom, and most recently the City of Roseville.
EPA's contribution to the $1.6 million Newcomb Streetscape is provided under the San Francisco Bay water quality competitive grant program, currently supporting 31 projects, involving 37 partners and leveraging nearly $20 million.
Board member Parnell Odom asked why the cost of such work is not included in the streetscapes funding.
The renovation of the streetscape and public spaces of Fulton Street Mall.
Two examples of homemade streetscapes are shown here for inspiration.
Under the retainer contract, Vollmer will work closely with the NYCEDC to design comprehensive plans for various urban design and streetscape revitalization projects.
The proposals will promote a vibrant streetscape that is urban yet welcoming--that retains its historic connections but injects a fresh energy into Stapleton.