There is a city in Latvia that seems to be breaking through conventional barriers in multiple facets.
The city plans to have a color mapping on its’ paved streets in conjunction with its’ modal color signage across the city.
They also look to be throwing out the idea that the car is first/owed the most space, while every other transit mode is secondary. Interestingly, Michigan Ave has enough space for a version of this to happen.
Lastly, they’ve creatively introduced active mobility products that carry more than one person or heavy items.
See pictures within this post while you read; more to come on this.