‘THE STREET PROJECT’
FILM SCREENING &
SAN PABLO AVE MEET-UP:
EL CERRITO

"The Street Project" film logo, text on top of a silhouette of a person biking and a person walking

El Cerrito Strollers & Rollers, El Cerrito Environmental Quality Committee and Bike East Bay Present a Documentary Film about Making Our Streets Safer for Pedestrians and Cyclists:

The Street Project

Film debut in El Cerrito on October 7, 9:45 a.m.-11:45 a.m., at Rialto Cinemas El Cerrito


WHAT:

The Street Project documentary (in English with Subtitles in Spanish), and community advocacy presentation

WHen:

Saturday, October 7th, 9:45 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.

WHERE:

Walk, ride, or take BART (5 min. walk) or the AC Transit 72 bus to Rialto Cinemas Cerrito, 10070 San Pablo Ave (note that the theater will not be serving food at this early event)

Bike East Bay will provide a free bike valet out-front.

Post-Movie Lunch/DISCUSSION:

After the movie, we will continue the discussion at 11:45 a.m. at Tigon Vietnamese Restaurant, 10086 San Pablo Ave, steps away from the theater.

COST:

Free, and appropriate for adults and children 8 and older.  Register in advance via the form above.


EL CERRITO – Bicycling and pedestrian fatalities in the United States are skyrocketing. The National Safety Council reports that the number of preventable bicycle-related deaths increased 44% and pedestrian fatalities increased 66% in 10 years from 2011 to 2020.

Join El Cerrito Strollers & Rollers, the El Cerrito Environmental Quality Committee, and Bike East Bay for a showing of The Street Project, a documentary about humanity’s relationship to streets and the global citizen-led fight to make communities safer. Created by the multiple Emmy-winning team at Boyd Productions, The Street Project takes viewers across the globe in an uplifting narrative, from cycling-friendly meccas in Europe, to New York City, to car-dominant Phoenix, Arizona for a deep dive into how America views our streets and how they can be made safer.

After the 50-minute film (with subtitles in Spanish), presentations by local activists will focus on advocacy efforts to make San Pablo Avenue from Albany through El Cerrito to Richmond more accessible to pedestrians, bicycles, and other low-carbon, multimodal mobility options. The free movie and presentation are appropriate for adults and children 8 and older.


About OUR San Pablo Ave Campaign:

Bike East Bay is working for continuous bike lanes on San Pablo Ave, as part of a safer street for everyone who bikes, walks, drives, or takes transit.

Learn more at BikeEastBay.org/SanPabloAve.

El Cerrito Strollers & Rollers, El Cerrito Environmental Quality Committee and Bike East Bay Present a Documentary Film about Making Our Streets Safer for Pedestrians and Cyclists:

The Street Project

Film debut in El Cerrito on October 7, 9:45 a.m.-11:45 a.m., at Rialto Cinemas El Cerrito


WHAT:

The Street Project documentary (in English with Subtitles in Spanish), and community advocacy presentation

WHEN:

Saturday, October 7th, 9:45 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.

WHERE:

Walk, ride, or take BART (5 min. walk) or the AC Transit 72 bus to Rialto Cinemas Cerrito, 10070 San Pablo Ave (note that the theater will not be serving food at this early event)

Bike East Bay will provide a free bike valet out-front.

POST-MOVIE LUNCH/ DISCUSSION:

After the movie, we will continue the discussion at 11:45 a.m. at Tigon Vietnamese Restaurant, 10086 San Pablo Ave, steps away from the theater.

COST:

Free, and appropriate for adults and children 8 and older.  Register in advance via the form above.


EL CERRITO – Bicycling and pedestrian fatalities in the United States are skyrocketing. The National Safety Council reports that the number of preventable bicycle-related deaths increased 44% and pedestrian fatalities increased 66% in 10 years from 2011 to 2020.

Join El Cerrito Strollers & Rollers, the El Cerrito Environmental Quality Committee, and Bike East Bay for a showing of The Street Project, a documentary about humanity’s relationship to streets and the global citizen-led fight to make communities safer. Created by the multiple Emmy-winning team at Boyd Productions, The Street Project takes viewers across the globe in an uplifting narrative, from cycling-friendly meccas in Europe, to New York City, to car-dominant Phoenix, Arizona for a deep dive into how America views our streets and how they can be made safer.

After the 50-minute film (with subtitles in Spanish), presentations by local activists will focus on advocacy efforts to make San Pablo Avenue from Albany through El Cerrito to Richmond more accessible to pedestrians, bicycles, and other low-carbon, multimodal mobility options. The free movie and presentation are appropriate for adults and children 8 and older.


About Our San Pablo Ave Campaign:

Bike East Bay is working for continuous bike lanes on San Pablo Ave, as part of a safer street for everyone who bikes, walks, drives, or takes transit.

About ‘The Street Project’ Film:

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