Introducing Livable Streets Education

The newest member of the Livable Streets Initiative, Livable Streets Education (LSE),
partners with schools, cultural institutions and community-based
organizations working for improved urban livability, greener
transportation, and safer streets. This spring, LSE is in residency at
fifteen schools around New York City, working with students in grades
K-8, as well as partnering with community and cultural organizations on
special events.

This short Streetfilm provides an overview of the recent work
they’ve been doing – in particular, it highlights LSE Director Kim
Wiley-Schwartz’s work with grades K-2 at PS 87. Please check out the
website to see more on this groundbreaking curriculum. And to see some
of the amazing art produced by the students, refer to this page and videos.

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Streetfilms Praises Orange Line BRT and Bike Path

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While in town last month, Streetfilms took its second look at Los Angeles’ Orange Line as a model for BRT’s around the country.  In his summary of the above Streetfilm, Clarence Eckerson doesn’t hold back his praise for the Orange Line calling it "one of the best Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems in the U.S" […]