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

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 the City Council's Transportation Committee
    • 'Gridlock' Sam Schwartz -- transportation expert and former engineer with the City DOT
    • Bruce Schaller -- visiting scholar, NYU

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