Introducing StreetFilms.org

Clarence Eckerson and the New York City Streets Renaissance Campaign are proud to introduce their newest project, Streetfilms.org, the video blog, or vlog, if you will:


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How About Two Bike Lanes Per Street?

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Now for something completely different: Clarence Eckerson snapped these photos of a double bike lane on both sides of Second Avenue between 1st and 2nd Streets. The new street design also includes a rather massive bike box. Has New York City ever had a street with bike lanes running along both sides? This seems to […]

Eyes on the Street: Keeping Trash Off the Sidewalks in Buenos Aires

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Clarence Eckerson has been following our #sidewalkhogs competition while in South America. He sends this photo from Buenos Aires. “Not only have I seen very few cars parked on sidewalks,” writes Clarence, “there are hundreds of spaces in the city where trash pick up is located in the street in what were once parking spaces.” This […]

Sneckdowns: Taking the World by Storm

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The #sneckdown is now a phenomenon, with nature’s traffic-calming gaining international media coverage and photos popping up from across the U.S. and Canada. “The snow is almost like nature’s tracing paper,” Streetfilms’ Clarence Eckerson told the BBC. “It’s free. You don’t have to do a crazy expensive traffic calming study. It provides a visual cue […]

Who’s Up for Sneckdowns?

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With Blizzard Mania ’16 reaching a fever pitch up and down the Eastern Seaboard, it looks like we’re in for the first serious sneckdowns of the season. For the uninitiated, sneckdowns are neckdowns created by driving patterns in melting snow or slush. Sneckdowns highlight excess asphalt that could be repurposed for streetscape improvements to slow motor vehicle […]