Lacking high-quality, free photos for use in your livable streets advocacy work? This fall you’ve got two exciting chances to change that (and win big prizes while you’re at it). The Alliance for Biking and Walking has launched their People-Powered Movement Photo Contest to build a photo library for biking and walking advocates. Submit up […]
You are invited to the first you-gotta-be-there event of the year. On Tuesday, January 19, we’ll be hosting "Streetfilms Spectacular 2010" at our headquarters in Manhattan. Come by and meet the team. See what Streetfilms is working on. Give us feedback on what you’ve liked in the past and what you’d like to see us […]
On Parking Day, a few dozen TransAlt volunteers were out collecting signatures and educating people about why 14th Street needs the PeopleWay. Streetfilms was there to document the occasion.
Conditions could hardly have been better for Saturday's Summer Streets debut, and New Yorkers responded, turning out in droves to enjoy a car-free route from Lower Manhattan to Central Park.
The debut Streetfilms Shortie caught an errant scooter blocking a bike lane. This time it’s New York’s Finest, camped out in the Manhattan Bridge bike path at Canal and Chrystie. A half-step forward, two steps back.
As the number and scope of entries continue to grow, StreetsWiki needs photos to flesh out all that text. Enter Wikis Take Manhattan, a scavenger hunt and photo contest intended to provide visual content for both StreetsWiki and Wikipedia. The event is modeled on last year’s Wikipedia Takes Manhattan, Entrants will meet up on Saturday, […]