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Vélib Film Screening Tonight

1:55 PM EST on November 5, 2008

We interrupt our post-election coverage to remind everyone of tonight's Vélib film screening. Seats are still available. Here are the deets:

Please join Janette Sadik-Khan, TransportationCommissioner of New York City, for the world premiere of "Paris: VéloLiberté" from the critically acclaimed PBS series e²: the economies of being environmentally conscious.

The screening will be immediately followed by a discussion of metropolitan bike sharing programs with:

Denis Baupin, Deputy Mayor, ParisAndré Lavallée, Mayor, Arrondissement de Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie, MontréalJanette Sadik-Khan, Transportation Commissioner, New York City

The program begins at at 6:30 this evening on the 40th floor of 7 World Trade Center / 250 Greenwich Street
(between Barclay and Vesey). Please RSVP to pyee @ dot . nyc . gov.

If you can't make tonight's showing, "Paris: Vélo
Liberté" will debut Thursday night on Channel 13.

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