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Streetfilms Movie Night: Documenting the Livable Street Movement Worldwide

 

Streetfilms travels the world producing short films that show how smart urban design, planning and policy can result in better places to live, work and play. Director Clarence Eckerson is a master at packaging complicated and wonky concepts into accessible, entertaining and understandable videos, freely available. Launched in 2006, Streetfilms' nearly 400 videos have been viewed over four million times and have inspired action and behavioral change in cities throughout North America and around the world. Streetfilms Playlist was curated by GSD students: Tilly Hatcher, Justin Brandon, Nick Horning and Diana Lempel. The films can be found at www.streetfilms.org. •Revisiting Donald Appleyard: What’s a Livable Street •A Car-Free Street Grows in Queens •Clarence: The Traffic Calming Sasquatch •Bogota’s Ciclovia Goes Viral •My NYC Bikiing Story: Commuting Off the Pounds •Cycling Copenhagen, Through North American Eyes •The Taming and Reclaiming of Prospect Park West •Moving Beyond the Automobile: Parking Reform •Nice Ride MN: Minnesota’s Bikeshare Expands •A Case for Open Data in Transit •Hal Grades Your Bike Locking 3: The Final Warning! •Moving Beyond the Automobile: Highway Removal



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