StreetFilms Posts 200th Film on Liveable Streets

200 Bike, Pedestrian and Transit-Friendly Videos
There is an awful lot of sustainability-oriented video content out there on the web. But few are as entertaining, as pertinent and as down-right informative as those produced by our friends at StreetFilms. Whether they are explaining contra-flow bike lanes, celebrating Bogota's transportation revolution, or grading New Yorkers' bike locking abilities, Clarence and friends always manage to raise a smile, all the while inspiring us to look at the towns and cities we live in just that little bit differently. So let's take a moment to celebrate as StreetFilms posts it's 200th film. That's right, 200 videos about almost every aspect of bike, pedestrian and transit friendly streets that are now being used all over the world to inspire, educate and create pressure for change. Click below the fold to explore a selection of our favorites. More StreetFilms Sustainable Transportation and Planning Videos
Free Bike Cages Offer Safe Parking for Commuters
Bike Co-ops Thrive in LA
Boulder, Colorado Achieves Platinum Bike Status
Wikis Take Manhattan
StreetFilm’s Visits Boulder’s Contraflow Bike-Lane
Free Bikes for Governors Island
StreetFilms Covers Best of Bike to Work Day
Raised Cross-walks
Traffic-calming Chicanes
Bike Advocate Keeps Memory of Her Husband Alive
Clarence the Cycling Sasquatch
Bogota Shows How to Reinvent Cities
Bogota Revisited
StreetFilms Looks at Bus Rapid Transit in LA
Melbourne: A Pedestrian’s Paradise
Istanbul Learns from Bogota
Clarence: The Purple Traffic-Calming Wizard
Physically Separated Bike Lanes
NYC’s First Documented Bike Move?
StreetFilms Grades New Yorkers’ Bike Locking Abilities
Lady Liberty Dumps the Car and Marries Mass Transit
StreetFilms Animation Explores Diverters as Traffic Calming Measure

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