Open Streets days
Open Streets days
After Open Streets Langa...
Open Streets at a crossroads: now is the time to show your support!
The official video from Open Streets on Bree
Watch Cape Town's streets transformed on 18 January 2015, guided by the Open Streets Manifesto
The day that Langa opened her streets
On Sunday 29 March 2015, Capetonians from all over the city discovered that streets have power to connect people...
Open Streets Manifesto
Have a look at our manifesto to see what Open Streets is all about
Open Streets is a citizen-driven initiative, working to change how streets are used, perceived and experienced.
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Just over a month 'til the first ever Open Streets Bellville
Posted Tuesday 01 September 2015
Bellville is gearing up for its inaugural Open Streets Day (4 October) & PARK(ing) Day (18 September) is coming up; here's a September update from Open Streets Cape Town...
P is for People, not Parking
Posted Monday 24 August 2015
On Saturday 22 August 2015, Open Streets Cape Town hosted a workshop to plan for global PARK(ing) Day 2015.
Open Streets Bellville is a go!
Posted Tuesday 18 August 2015
On Sunday 4 October 2015, Bellville will experience its first ever Open Streets Day. Read on for more details...
Time to design your own parking bay for PARK(ing) Day 2015
Posted Tuesday 11 August 2015
On 18 September 2015, some of Cape Town's parking bays will receive a creative, green, people-friendly makeover. Here's why...
Internship Opportunity: Looking for a third musketeer!
Posted Monday 03 August 2015
Open Streets has a 3-month internship opportunity coming up soon...
'No-Talking Streets' walk reveals another side of Bellville
Posted Monday 20 July 2015
Open Streets co-founder, Rory Williams, writes about our July Talking Streets walk in Bellville in his Cape Times Column, 'Man About Town'...
Opening streets in Colombia - simpler and cheaper
Posted Tuesday 07 July 2015
We have a lot to learn from our Colombian counterpart - the Ciclovia - especially when it comes to doing road closures economically and effectively...
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