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COVID Crisis Revives Tactical Urbanism

Berkeley, COVID-19, Oakland, Tactical Urbanism

Low-cost transformation of streets to public -- and restaurant -- spaces may help enliven city neighborhoods and revive their sales tax bases.  >>read more


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