Streets Alive Yarra is building an online record of broad community support for walking, cycling, public transport and place making. One way that we do this is to have local residents stand up as champions for their street, school or neighbourhood.
Gabrielle has lived and worked in Collingwood for 13 years and been a City of Yarra resident for 15 years. Her fondest and earliest memories of Yarra are of being dinked around the streets of Fitzroy. She eventually got her own bike and has only ever looked back when overtaking. She is a solid supporter of active transport for its own sake, as well as to improve public health, respond to the climate emergency, and build stronger, happier, more resilient communities. As an artist, activist and parent, Gabrielle values ground-level participation in civic life, and the provision of public space for assembly, game-play, protest and urban nature. She brings her energy and creativity to the Streets Alive vision. Gabrielle is the champion for Gold (LAPM 10).Gabrielle de Vietri
By implementing good and thoughtful design into their neighbourhoods, [Streets Alive Yarra] promote more enjoyable, liveable and sustainable spaces which have beneficial flow on effects into other adjoining communities. Christophe is the champion for the Inner Circle Rail Trail.Christophe Gautier
Let’s make Yarra a beautiful city to live in
Every resident and ratepayer can make a difference
Published on 28th July 2020