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    • Agile CityUrban Renewal for a Networked World Aaron Naparstek adn@mit.edu @naparstek CEOs for Cities Fall National Meeting October 17, 2012
    • "We like traffic, it means economic activity, it meanspeople coming here." -- Mayor Michael Bloomberg, August 2, 2006 Really?!
    • This one wasnt built, thankfully
    • The result of 80 years of car-oriented planning and policy $13 billion per year in lost productivity Source: Partnership for New York City
    • Streets werent always just for carsMulberry Street, Manhattan’s Lower East Side, circa 1900. Source: Library of Congress Photocrom Collection
    • San Francisco, September 2005
    • We organized our own "Parking Spot Squat" in BrooklynThis cute kidis now an8-year-old.
    • 200647 parks13 cities3 countries Midtown Manhattan
    • 2007200 parks50 cities9 countries Athens, Georgia
    • 2008600 parks100 cities13 countries Indianapolis, Indiana
    • 2009700+ parks140 cities21 countries Krakow, Poland
    • 2010800+ parks183 cities30 countries Buenos Aires, Argentina
    • 20111,000 parks162 cities35 countries Ahmedabad, India
    • 2011 Park(ing) Day World Map Antarctica remains un-reclaimed.
    • Park(ing) becomes policy in San Francisco
    • Plazas and ParkletsToday there are more than 40 projects.
    • New York City launches the Pop-Up Café
    • Park(ing) becomes official city policy in NYC Fifty Seat Pop-Up Cafein Lower Manhattans Financial District
    • Broadway at 34th Street, Herald Square, Manhattan. Before After Quick, inexpensive changes with temporary materials.
    • Broadway through Times SquareBefore After
    • The new way of doing development: Agile. The "Lean Startup" Feedback Loop
    • The old way of doing development…Mainframe Computer Master Planner
    • The city is the original social media. Broadway at Herald Square.
    • Is your city agile? Aaron Naparstek adn@mit.edu @naparstek