Mark Gorton and neighbor Lisa Sladkus examine how the width of sidewalks affects the pedestrian environment.
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Mark Gorton and neighbor Lisa Sladkus point out the perils of double parking on the UWS.
With all the hullabaloo over the new Grand Street bike lane, we thought we'd resurrect a Streetfilm (actually before they were even called Streetfilms!) from back in June 2005 with TOPP founder Mark Gorton talking about the then incredible width of Grand Street and the inequity of street space devoted to its users. We used [...]
Mark Gorton and neighbor Lisa Sladkus point out Amsterdam Avenue's speed geometry.
A proposed plan by DOT for a subway station at 96th street will leave pedestrians with 18 ft. less sidewalk space!
An inequitable use of parking by government agencies is a dirty little secret in Chinatown.
Sometimes when you are armed with a camera in New York City, miracles do happen.
Richard Barrett talks about his community's struggle to rebuild Canal Park, a task deemed impossible by New York City's Department of transportation.
Each year, New York City DOT and the MTA create a Holiday Traffic Mitigation Plan to ensure that traffic flows as smoothly as possible throughout the busy holiday season. You can do your part by taking mass transit whenever possible, especially on gridlock alert days (when traffic is expected to he heavy enough to warrant [...]
2008 was the kickoff for BlockParty NYC, a new on-line initiative to promote block parties in the five boroughs. To celebrate block parties where people enjoy their blocks free from the usual hazards of car-filled streets, we created this mini film.