T.A. Rides with the Mayors of Sydney & Copenhagen

T.A. Rides with the Mayors of Sydney & Copenhagen

A StreetFilm by Clarence Eckerson Jr.

Running Time: 3 minutes 3 seconds

On the closing day of New York City’s historic C40 Climate Summit, Lord Mayor Clover Moore of Sydney, Australia and Copenhagen’s Mayor of the Technical & Environmental Administration Klaus Bondam took a lunch break to ride bikes with Transportation Alternatives in a symbolic loop around Central Park. As usual StreetFilms brings you the best coverage.

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