Streetfilms: “Stop the Pollution, Pick a Solution”

Ever heard an anti-idling rap? Or Seen the "Funky Pollution Dance?" Tune in to this video to see what Livable Streets Education students are up to at MS 51 in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

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Students in Brooklyn, NY, Paint The Pavement

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New York City has been following the lead of some of the most livable cities in the world with new best practice trials, though arguably none is more enjoyable than the example in this Streetfilm, where the Department of Transportation has worked with the community to transform a city street by painting it beautiful, bright […]

Streetfilms’ Greatest Hits

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It’s hard to believe, but Streetfilms has reached the 200 mark. Most of them are really high quality productions that are being used around the world to fight for better, more livable streets, and a happier planet. This celebratory promo features some random moments from over 50 Streetfilms, has 200 edits, and guest stars from […]

Streetfilms: Veronica Moss Goes to Times Square

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She’s back! Veronica Moss, D.C. lobbyist for the Automobile User Trade Organization (A.U.T.O.), recently returned to New York to get her first look at the new, pedestrian-friendly Times Square. Her views may rankle some in the livable streets camp, but we think it’s important to note that some influential people out there just abhor walking, […]

John Norquist: “Time to Talk About a Freeway-Free San Francisco”

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San Francisco is considered one of the leading American cities in the growing movement to tear down freeways. Fortunately, San Franciscans got a head start by averting the freeway-riddled fate of most other American cities in the 20th century by successfully protesting the construction of most of the proposed structures, which would have torn apart […]