SET: Street Experiments Tool

SET helps to implement street experiments (quick and low-cost interventions) and develop long-term strategies in cooperation with different stakeholders from a neutral position.

Supported by: EIT Urban Mobility

Product Details

Designed for




Challenge Area addressed

Creating Public Realm

Mobility Infrastructure

Street experiments are an urban planning tool that allow cities to respond quickly, creatively and cost-effectively to mobility and public realm challenges. SET supports cities, organisations, and society to experiment the change they want to see in their streets, offering advice during different phases of a street experiment process, such as planning & design, implementation and evaluation. 

  • Analysis: Analyse the specific local context of the street experiment prior to the start

  • Strategies: Support the client to adapt their city strategies for long-term systemic change

  • Planning: Identify necessary resources, time frames, materials, and stakeholders to be considered

  • Implementation: Activations in public space, tactical urbanism, placemaking

  • Evaluation: Assess the impacts of the experiment

  • Training: Teach cities the theoretical how-to

  • Workshops: tailor made workshops based on SET Guidelines Kit (you can download it from the files section below)