24-Hour Cities Network Governance Workshop Insight Report (2022)

The 24-Hour Cities Network, co-chaired by the cities of Bogota, Colombia, and New York, USA, is a multistakeholder community of cities, academics, experts, activists and select private sector partners.

There is an increasingly large number of actors, organizations, and institutions in the [urban governance] space of all types, with many groups jostling to have their voices heard on how cities are planned and operated at night. Given the proliferation of actors, there is widespread confusion on who can and should do what, which can create resistance to addressing the topic in some cities. However, much of this can be dispelled by addressing three primary myths of night-time governance.

Andreina Seijas, Principal – NightTank

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