Spin supported the Shipyard Trust for the Arts in their work on the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Bayview quick-build mural project.
Spin worked with the Salt Lake City Transportation Department, community councils, and local residents on a community-driven demonstration project in the Rose Park neighborhood.
As part of the 90th Avenue Scraper Bikeway project, developed by the Oakland Department of Transportation and the Scraper Bike Team.
Spin partnered with the Washington Area Bicyclist Association and Streetsplan to hold a workshop with community members from Washington, D.C.’s Wards 7 and 8.
Spin partnered with Better Block Foundation to provide residents who organized for these neighborhood open streets with materials, signage, stencils, and other fun ways of reclaiming their streets for physically-distanced recreation.
Spin partnered with the City of Milwaukee and the Wisconsin Bike Fed in December 2019 to do a quick-build protected mobility lane during the annual Santa Rampage bike ride.
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