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Photos of the Tour de Bronx 2007

Photo montage of the Tour de Bronx.

Tykes Take the Streets: Kids Art Bike Parade

Kids and parents put their adorned bikes on display in a ride down 2nd Avenue.

PARKing Day Redux in Park Slope! (2007)

Advocates take over a few parking spaces and enjoy the day in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

We Welcome Elizabeth Press to the StreetTeam!

We here at StreetFilms are so happy to be back to full StreetTeam strength with the addition of Elizabeth Press. She comes to us after four years as a producer for the independent TV/Radio program, Democracy Now! She received her MFA in Electronic Arts at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a focus on community media. While […]

In Davis’ Platinum City Even the Munchkins Ride Bikes

Davis, California is the only Platinum bike city in the U.S. Come see why.

David Byrne Celebrates NYC Bicycling in Style

Last night, I was one of 1200 lucky ticket holders attending "How New Yorkers Ride Bikes" a David Byrne presentation at Town Hall as part of the 2007 New Yorker Festival. Stuffed with laughs, entertainment, and bicycle inspiration, it was hard not to be psyched about the current state of cycling in NYC. In fact, […]

Ninth Avenue Gets a Physically Separated Bike Lane

NYC is getting a separated bike lane. Pinch us! Pinch us!!

Minding the GAP (Grand Army Plaza)

DOT press conference for GAPCO ped/bike improvements.

LOOKing to Make Cycling Safer in NYC

New public safety initiative from the NYC DOT.

PARK(ing) Day NYC 2007

In Fall 2007, T.A. & The Trust for Public Land organized a of group of motley advocates in liberating nearly two dozen parking spaces and turning them into open green areas for city residents to enjoy. Parking Day rules!

T.A. Century 2007

Hitch a ride along Transportation Alternatives annual Century ride, one of the most enjoyable and friendly rides in the nation. Here is the 2007 campaign.

Paint a Parking Lot, Put Up a Paradise

In the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge, a triangle that once was home to two dozen car parking spots now is a green pedestrian plaza. If that ain't cool, we don't know what is.

StreetFilms at the Guggenheim: August 18th

This Saturday, August 18th from 12 to 3 pm, Transportation Alternatives has been invited to take part in the acclaimed Shapes of Space exhibition at the Guggenheim. The exhibit explores the concept of space within art, and T.A. has assembled an interactive discussion of New York City's public space that will include showing StreetFilms' Intersection […]

Life Near the QBB

Sarah Gallagher from the Upper Green Side introduces Streetfilms to some of the dangers of living near the Queensboro bridge. Talking to store owners, and others in the area, we learn there is another high cost of doing business in the area other than rent. "There's never a quiet time anymore. And there's never a […]

S.F. Giants: Valet Bike Parking 81 Games Per Year

The San Francisco Giants offer free, convenient, attended bicycle parking at all 81 of their home games.