Have you walked down Tucson’s Congress Street recently? As you pass by art galleries, and sidewalk cafés nestled behind historic facades, it might surprise you that this road used to be a crowded car corridor, prioritizing the heavy amount of traffic that drove down it.
However, Tucson’s planners and engineers have worked tirelessly to restore the previously car-centric street into a thriving stretch of history and culture, where pedestrians, public transport, and cars can coexist. Discover how old blends with new on Congress Street.
Read more at American Planning Association.