Street Films talks CyclingWorks

What if the theatres. hospitals, universities, banks, law firms, developers and churches in your city asked for a safer more human city at once?  It’s an amazing story.

The video explains a little how a small group of working Londoners – Nick Kocharhook, Jonathan Kenyon, Tabitha Tanqueray, Danny Williams and Mark Ames were able to mobilize 180 employers to support plans for kerb protected routes in the heart of London.

Streetfilms.org sets the global standard for video content on the transformation of cities in the 21st century. We met with Clarence Eckerson, StreetFilms’ prolific producer in New York to talk about how the CyclingWorks campaign could be emulated in other cities.

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