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Event Details — Houston Green Film Series: Complete Streets in Film

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Complete Streets in Film:
A series of shorts

Complete Streets is the concept that street design should prioritize the safety of all users of all modes from all neighborhoods. Houston Tomorrow and the Houston Coalition for Complete Streets will be hosting Houston Complete Streets April 13 - 20, 2013.

Join us for a Complete Streets cram session so we’re all ready for Houston Complete Streets Week. It will be a series of short films including many from as well as local and state governments across the nation.

An expert panel following the film will be comprised of Houstonians working on the health, economic, and environmental benefits of Complete Streets.
6:30 Meet and Greet
7:00 Films
8:00 Expert Panel Discussion
This event is brought to you by the Rice University Environmental Club, Houston Tomorrow, Emerging Professionals of the Houston USGBC, and Transition Houston.

Light dinner kindly donated by Dr. Pat Speck and Dry Bones Cafe.
A $5 donation is suggested and greatly appreciated.
Planned films:

Complete Streets Planning 101 - Ontario Professional Planners Institute
Complete Streets: It’s About More Than Bike Lanes
How Complete Streets Came to East Harlem
Tykes Take the Streets: Kids Art Bike Parade
Clowns Liberate Bike Lanes
Local Government videos
Complete Streets (Charlotte, NC)
Complete Streets (North Carolina DOT)
Complete Streets Memphis
Complete Streets (New Jersey DOT)
Dan Burden’s Short Videos (The Walkable and Livable Communities Institute)
People Vote with their Feet
Great Driveway in Winters, CA
Dan Burden and friends ride around in circles on a roundabout to show how safe it is
A Bike Ped Tunnel 31 Years in the Making


March 20, 2013
6:30PM for 3 hrs


Rice Media Center, 2030 University Blvd., 77005




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