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Since the outbreak of COVID-19, many cities across the world have been looking at streets as a tool to support public health and economic recovery. Opening streets to people allows this underutilized public space to serve the needs of active transportation, schools, retail, cultural and religious institutions. Six months into the crisis, some cities are implementing full-scale and long-term transformations while others have made only superficial and disconnected improvements. This panel will discuss which cities are building for lasting change and what we can learn from the successes and failures of the global Open Streets movement.