London re-imagines its streets into more people-friendly public spaces.
62 Posts Tagged as: Livable Streets
Enrique Penalosa's four day visit to "The Hub," inspires Bostonians to re-imagine their streets.
We already touched on Madison Square in our in-depth interview with Janette Sadik-Khan last fall, but we always felt that it deserved a much closer examination based upon all the footage we couldn't use in that Streetfilm. Take a freaking look!
An interview with New York State DOT Commissioner, Astrid Glynn.
2 Anti-Idling Laws Pass in NYC
Daylighting is a simple pedestrian safety strategy which removes parking spaces surrounding an intersection in order to create better visibility for all street users and reduce the risk of conflict.
While on the West Coast in October for the Railvolution Conference, the announcement went out that San Francisco would become the third chapter in the Streetsblog sisterhood. Hip Hip Hooray!
Add Boulder, Colorado to the League of American Bicyclists' cities to achieve Platinum Bike Status.
See how one community organized to create a plan for safer, healthier and more livable streets and public spaces.
One Chicago neighborhood closes it's streets to cars, transforming it into a safe, healthy and fun public space.
In our exclusive Streetfilms interview, Janette Sadik-Khan talks with Executive Director, Mark Gorton, about some of the highlights her department has achieved in a very short period of time.
A group of concerned Moms rally to get the word out, “No More Cars in Central Park!”
Wiki and free-culture enthusiasts travel around the five boroughs to snap photos for use in Streetswiki and Wikipedia articles.
For two glorious Sundays, San Francisco closed streets along a stretch of its waterfront to cars – and opened them to humanity. A second "Sunday Streets San Francisco" event on September 14th reprised an August 31st street party, both of which saw thousands of people come out to run, skate, cycle, dance, or stroll their […]
Park(ing) Day fue un gran éxito en la ciudad de Nueva York el año pasado. Se convirtieron muchos espacios de estacionamiento en espacios verdes para la gente. Se acerca Park(ing)Day 2008, viernes, el 19 de septiembre ocuparemos 50 espacios en los 5 condados de la ciudad.