Steve Price won the Livable Streets Contest for his vision of a “complete street” in Portsmouth, Virginia.
Last week, GOOD announced the winners of its Livable Streets Contest.
It was a simple assignment: “Take a photo of a street or intersection you know and hate, and then use Photoshop or any other image editing techniques at your disposal to make the changes you’d like to see implemented.”
The winning submission was from Steve Price of Portsmouth, Virginia.
Contest judges Aaron Naparstek from Streetsblog and designer Carly Clark said Price’s “holistic approach is just what what’s needed in a barren urban environment like this. He’s thinking about new infill development, light rail, bike lanes, and outdoor space for pedestrians and putting it all together to create an entirely new neighborhood. Portsmouth should go and make this happen right now!”
Click here to learn more about the contest and see the other winning entries.