Getting a protected bike lane on NYC's Amsterdam Avenue was an epic struggle. This year, safe streets finally won. Amsterdam Avenue is a neighborhood street on the Upper West Side, but it was designed like a highway with several lanes of one-way motor vehicle traffic. Local residents campaigned for nearly ten years to repurpose one of […]
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NYC Bike Month 2010 was awesome! In this funky montage wrap-up you'll get to see a dozen events with special guest stars Hal Ruzal, Randy "The Ethicist" Cohen and Eben "Bike Snob" Weiss, just to pick out a few. But none so special as an appearance by our very good purple friend - Zozo, who you'll get to see out scooting on his bike! And for heaven's sake, don't miss the "bike rockstar montage" near the end. We certainly have a lot of hip cyclists in NYC.
A few years back, Randy Cohen, writer of the NY Times Magazine "The Ethicist" column, visited the Streetfilms set for a unprecedented interview with Mark Gorton about "Transportation Ethics.". Well we wanted to talk more, so this time we got out of the studio to take a two-wheeled jaunt around New York City and visit […]
Executive Director Mark Gorton interviews NY Times' Ethics columnist Randy Cohen about urban automobility.