Streetsblog's Aaron Naparstek talks with drivers about their commute and congestion pricing.
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Dr. Donald Shoup illustrates with toy cars and a table-sized model of NYC streets the benefits of proper parking pricing.
Employees of TOPP went out to the Nevada desert to put on a showcase of livable streets.
In Part 1 of our Bogotá trilogy watch as every Sunday & holiday, every week, the City of Bogotá, Colombia closes down over 70 miles of roadways to cars and let people bike, walk, talk, exercise, picnic, sunbathe, I could go on and on. Just watch the video, it's amazing.
Executive Director Mark Gorton interviews NY Times' Ethics columnist Randy Cohen about urban automobility.
The Neistat Brothers offer up anecdotes about their bicycling films and views about transportation in NYC in general.
Brooklynites talk about the travails of riding buses from Bay Ridge to lower Manhattan.
Mark Gorton and neighbor Lisa Sladkus point out traffic calming features they'd like see on the UWS.
Bicycling clowns use humor to enlighten motorists parked in bike lanes.
Jan Gehl headlines an exciting livable streets event at the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan.
We take three before & after photosims, manipulate them and add music. Voila! You've baked a livable streets cake!!
Mark Gorton and neighbor Lisa Sladkus point out Amsterdam Avenue's speed geometry.
Mark Gorton and neighbor Lisa Sladkus examine how the width of sidewalks affects the pedestrian environment.
Mark Gorton and neighbor Lisa Sladkus point out the perils of double parking on the UWS.
The Purple Traffic Calming Wizard chats with the hoi polloi to find out what peeps think about the physically separated bike path on 9th Ave.