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Posts Tagged ‘Clarence Eckerson’

Streetfilms: What it was like to bike in NYC 15 years ago (bikeTV)

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017
Streetfilms: What it was like to bike in NYC 15 years ago (bikeTV)

Back in January 2002, I recorded my commute and what it was like to ride in our very best existing – but mostly troubled – bike lanes in NYC. The footage is amazing showing how frustrating it used to be!

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Streetfilms & Streetsblog: The First Ten Years

Monday, November 28th, 2016
Streetfilms & Streetsblog: The First Ten Years

This film showcases only a small portion of the work that thousands of volunteers and advocates have put in but begins its tale with the NYC Streets Renaissance, a synergy of advocacy groups that banded together in 2005 to try to rally people and tell them the public space outside could change and that there were best practices all over the world to admire.

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Streetfilms: The Pulaski Bridge Protected Bike Path Is (Finally) Open!

Friday, May 6th, 2016
Streetfilms: The Pulaski Bridge Protected Bike Path Is (Finally) Open!

The Pulaski Bridge had become dangerously congested over the last few years as more and more bikes, pedestrians and runners have crammed on to its narrow shared path. The solution? Remove one lane of the roadway and give the space to a bi-directional cycle track giving the older combo lane to the exclusive use of pedestrians.

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Streetfilms: Five Fabulous Questions for Streetfight’s Janette Sadik-Khan

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016
Streetfilms: Five Fabulous Questions for Streetfight’s Janette Sadik-Khan

Just as former New York City Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan launched her multi-city book tour for “Streetfight” (along with co-author Seth Solomonow) we were able to grab her for a few minutes in the pedestrian paradise of Washington Square Park to ask her what we thought were five eclectic questions.

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Streetfilms: Discovering Houston’s Brays Bayou Greenway

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016
Streetfilms: Discovering Houston’s Brays Bayou Greenway

Clarence Eckerson of Streetfilms explores the cycling network of Houston, TX, and discovers a true gem: the Brays Bayou Greenway.

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Streetfilms – Moving Beyond The Automobile: Transit-Oriented Development

Thursday, February 17th, 2011
Light Rail

For the first chapter in our Moving Beyond the Automobile series we’ll take a look at Transit-Oriented Development, more commonly known by its “TOD” acronym in transportation industry circles. TOD is a high-density, mixed-use residential area with access to ample amounts of transportation. There are usually many transportation nodes within its core and contains a walkable and bike-able environment.
-Clarence Eckerson, Jr. on Streetfilms

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Streetfilms: Journey to Pittsburgh to Walk & Bike

Thursday, December 30th, 2010
Streetfilms - Pittsburgh

“During a recent 48 hour Streetfilms swing thru Steel City, we learned that like many other metro areas across the country, Pittsburgh has a growing movement for better bicycling and more livable streets. Among the coolest things you’ll see in this seven minute Streetfilm travelogue…” -Clarence Eckerson, Streetfilms More at Streetfilms.org

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Streetfilms: Mapping Your NYC Bike Commute

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

Regardless of age or ability, everyone deserves the right to a safe and convenient bike commute. In New York City, every day the DOT is making that more of a reality – thanks to an incredible diversity of bike facilities. The city has moved past simple, striped bike lanes and on to refreshing configurations like curbside, floating parking-protected, physically separated, two-way bike paths.

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Streetfilms: Revisiting Donald Appleyard’s Livable Streets

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010
Home Area

“Fixing the Great Mistake” is a new Streetfilms series that examines what went wrong in the early part of the 20th Century, when our cities began catering to the automobile, and how those decisions continue to affect our lives today.

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Streetfilms: Voices from the Rail~Volution (2010)

Monday, October 25th, 2010
streetfilms1025

Streetfilms was out in Portland at this year’s Rail~Volution 2010 trying to get a pulse on the transportation world by talking to a healthy dose of this year’s attendees which includes advocates, bloggers, transportation planners, industry spokespeople and members transportation agencies across the country.

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