Instead of having a small number of concentrated and designated places for teens to go, there should be a decentralized network of spots throughout all corners of the city where youth feel welcome and can call their own. This also includes an expanded idea of public space to not only include parks and plazas, but also sidewalks, train platforms, and public housing land. In addition, these spots should be close to public transportation and schools or be relatively easy to get to without a car, and should be near other attractions, such as restaurants, stores, and movie theaters.