Cities are where the majority of humanity lives. There's a reason why open streets are so popular worldwide - they are opening new possibilities for how we live in them.
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In a lively conversation, the two transportation leaders spent the night riffing on how the streets and public spaces revolution happened in New York and elsewhere and what might be in store for Los Angeles on Reynolds' watch.
Ciclovias Recreativas, known as Open Streets in the US, are specifically called out as effective strategies to promote physical activity.
One of the best parts about attending Congresses of the Ciclovia Network (CRA) is the chance to get out on a bike in cities throughout Latin America.
A confident young participant in San Francisco de Porro.
Ciclovia is a Latin American phenomena originating over 30 years ago in Bogotà, Colombia, ...
Once again, the New York City Department of Transportation will clear seven miles of Manhattan streets this August on three consecutive Saturdays for ...
The second rendition of CicLAvia is this Sunday, April 10. You can expect to see thousands of your fellow Angelenos enjoying their city in a way that just isn't possible the rest of the year.
Story comes courtesy of CicLAvia.
By Joe Linton
On April 10, 2011, streets from Boyle Heights to Downtown Los Angeles will be closed to cars an...
CicLAvia opens 7.5 miles of Los Angeles city streets as a temporary ribbon of public space to pedestrians, strollers, roller-skaters, and cyclists. Come and be a part of the movement.
On October 10 we will host our first ever CicLAvia to create a temporary public space for bicycles and pedestrians on our streets.
For a single day, a mile-long-stretch of Boulder's downtown city streets would be closed to motor vehicles. And that included firetrucks.
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