Cities around the world are already becoming smarter using Location Intelligence for a wide range of use cases from urban planning and micromobility analysis, to ensuring citizens are able to gain access to insights using open data. As residents in these cities emerge back onto the streets following long periods of lockdown and isolation, public authorities are announcing plans to transform central parts of their urban areas to enable safe social distancing. In this post we consider some of the proposals and initiatives being implemented and how Spatial Data Science can help determine where to focus efforts and resources.