Join Local Motion, Old Spokes Home and Vermonters for People-Oriented Places on December 8th for a free screening of The Street Project, doors open at 7pm, screening starts at 7:30pm. Pizza and refreshments provided! The Street Project is the story about humanity’s relationship to the streets and the global citizen-led fight to make communities safer. Digging deep into the root causes of traffic violence, the filmmakers engage a diverse array of experts including street historian Peter Norton, city planner Jeff Speck, and urban design expert Mikael Colville-Andersen. These expert interviews are interwoven with the stories of real people working to make their communities safe.
This screening will take place at Old Spokes Home, masks encouraged but not required. There is an accessible parking space 30ft from the entrance to OSH. OSH is wheelchair accessible.