New York City: The Big Road Fix

Posted by Infra on Friday, October 16th, 2015

It’s no secret that New York City is dense — full of people going to and fro whether by foot, bike, bus, train or car. Have you ever wondered how they all get along? Who’s responsible for the kinds of changes that keep everyone safe? In the episode of the Big Road Fix, we take a look at one of the most dangerous intersections in the Bronx and see how the city has worked to improve it.

The Big Road Fix is a new series from GOOD and Progressive about the evolving culture of transportation and how to keep our cities from lagging behind.

Directed by Doug Patterson & Joseph Armario
Produced by Doug Patterson
Shot by Joseph Armario
Original music by Henry Ruppe
Stock Footage Courtesy of Caltrans
Executive Produced by Gabriel Reilich

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