The Bx12 Select Bus Service in the Bronx gives an efficient alternative to current transit options.
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Los Angeles' Eco-village offers a sustainable alternative to the dominant American lifestyle of over consumption and mis-use of natural resources.
One Chicago neighborhood closes it's streets to cars, transforming it into a safe, healthy and fun public space.
Milwaukee enjoys a car-free street summer weekend double header.
Brooklyn celebrates Bastille Day by closing down the street and transforming it into a Pétanque court.
This weekend, FIGMENT 2008, a free, non-profit art project, drew upwards of 10,000 people to Governors Island for a three day festival of performance, music and participatory art. Partnering with Governors Island, the producers of FIGMENT hope to increase the enjoyment of art by placing it in an under-utilized public space just minutes from downtown. Streetfilms was there to cover the event and speak to one of the creators of what it is all about.
Streetfilms Nicholas Whitaker took a back seat, rush hour ride with City Planner Deborah Murphy through the streets of Los Angeles. Murphy pointed out some of the difficulties one encounters in L.A. as a pedestrian advocate, commuter, and champion for change.
Looking at some of the pros and cons of Bus Rapid Transit in Los Angeles.
Ethan Kent from PPS takes us on a pictorial journey of his trip to the streets of Cuba.
It's possible to move by bike in NYC with a little moxie and help from your friends.
A memorial is placed at sites to remind passerby where pedestrians were killed by cars.
Streetsblog's Aaron Naparstek talks with drivers about their commute and congestion pricing.
Employees of TOPP went out to the Nevada desert to put on a showcase of livable streets.
The Neistat Brothers offer up anecdotes about their bicycling films and views about transportation in NYC in general.
Kids and parents put their adorned bikes on display in a ride down 2nd Avenue.