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Streetfilms with Español: Orange Line BRT and Bike Path

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If there's one thing the Streetfilms team loves, its Bus Rapid Transit projects.  There's a reason why in the first year of L.A. Streetsblog's existence we published not one, but two Streetfilms on the Orange Line.  The second of those films, by Clarence Eckerson Jr., was subtitled earlier this week by David Barboza, who has now subtitled four different Streetfilms for us.  Eckerson loved the Orange Line not just for its wild popularity, but also the multi-modal aspect of the line and its parallel bike path.

If you can speak a language other than English and want to take a crack at translating a Streetfilm, just follow these instructions.  Each time you translate an L.A. Streetfilm, you qualify for some Streetsblog schwag.  The more you translate, the better the prizes!

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