24-Hour Cities Network Policy Paper (2023)
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.
Urban governance is the process through which different actors in the public and private sectors collaborate to manage cities. When brought into the context of running cities at night, this urban governance principle remains the same.
Two major takeaways in this summary:
- Efficient nighttime management does not require reducing hours and restricting the locations of nighttime activity.
- More police presence does not always equal more safety.
One of the greatest challenges in finding the right nighttime governance model for your city is
representing all the institutions involved across the board.City Possible
Research and report by:OPEN PDF DOCUMENT