Contested Streets Screening and Panel Discussion

Screening of Contested Streets (57 min) and Grand Street (6 min)

Post-screening discussion with Stefan Schaefer and Ian Rosenberg; Paul White, the executive director of Transportation Alternatives; Majora Carter of Sustainable South Bronx and other guests.

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‘Contested Streets’ Screening and Panel Discussion: ‘What Can Be Done About Traffic in New York City?’

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Following Sierra Club NYC‘s monthly general membership meeting will be a special showing of Contested Streets, a new documentary showing the way to livable, gridlock-free streets — from the Battery to the Bronx, from Staten Island to Coney Island. After the film, a panel discussion of NYC transportation issues by: City Councilman John Liu, chairman of […]

City Council Screening of “Contested Streets”

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Thursday, July 20, 2006 at 2:30 pm New York City Council250 Broadway, 14th Floor Hearing Room (across from City Hall). FILM SCREENING & DISCUSSION with the NYC Council’s Transportation Committee "Contested Streets: Breaking NYC Gridlock" Thursday, July 20th, 2:30 pm Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringerand New York City Council Members John C. Liu, Joseph […]

Public Forum: Film Screening on Traffic and Congestion Pricing

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Remarks by NYC Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn State Senator Thomas K. Duane Assembly Member Deborah J. Glick Deputy Manhattan Borough President Rose Pierre-Louis. Also, a screening of "Contested Streets: Breaking New York City Gridlock," a new documentary film on livable streets co-sponsored by Manhattan Community Board 2, Transportation Alternatives & NYU Office of Government and […]

Contested Streets Screening and Q&A Session

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Public Screening of Contested Streets followed by Q&A with Karla Quintero, Deputy Director of Planning for Transportation Alternatives. Contested Streets is a T.A. produced, Cicala Filmworks made documentary that explores the rich diversity of New York City street life before the introduction of automobiles and shows how New York can follow the example of other […]