The Guadalupe Street
Reconstruction Project & Film
Transforming Guadalupe Street
What can improved road design, pedestrian access and safety,
enhanced economic development and tourism, and improved foot-traffic
bring to Santa Fe’s historic North Guadalupe Street Corridor?
The North Guadalupe Street Corridor in Santa Fe, New Mexico,
is located in the downtown metro area and the areas that are part of the historic Camino Real, which has been in use since the 1500’s.
The North Guadalupe Street Corridor will undergo a reconstructive "Road Diet"
in 2019 to support development of a more "Complete Street."
to encourage and enhance pedestrian/bicycle use and safety,
to accommodate ADA accessibility,
to improve general traffic flow in the specified area,
to recognizing historic design considerations,
to maximize economic opportunities for the area and the city of Santa Fe.
We are creating an educational film of the City of Santa Fe’s Guadalupe Street Reconstruction project
to share highlights and details of the process with other communities across New Mexico
and showcase the benefits of a well-designed “Complete Street.”
The film will explore how the collaborative nature of the design process strives to balance the needs of all users of the roadway and optimize safety, accessibility and economic benefits for those users.