What will happen to our roads when reliance on cars starts dropping away? We spoke with 100’s of Sydney-siders to tap into our collective imagination. Here is what they told us.

The collective imagination island:

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Local farmers, artisan and garage-sale markets.

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Music in the streets.

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Public rock climbing gyms.

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Petting zoos.

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Urban farming.

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Public baths.

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Tube hotels for the homeless.

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A public water-slide.

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Pet gyms.

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Fruit orchards for everybody.

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Public skateparks, chess, and debate spaces.

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Amphitheatres, break-dance, street ballet.

A harvest festival:

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Work by: Michelle Sales-Valderrama (lovely pencil drawings), Vesna Trobec, and 100’s of volunteers.

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