Perils for Pedestrians
TV talk about people who walk
Perils for Pedestrians Special Presentations
Available for viewing on public access cable TV
1:28:00 © 2003
Dan Burden leads a walking audit through the Garden and Audubon
Districts of New Orleans, Louisiana, on February 2, 2003. The four
hour audit is fit into an hour and a half video.
Participants come from a variety of backgrounds, so a variety of perspectives are shared in discussions and interactions during the audit. Both public and private infrastructure is assessed, but with an emphasis on the streets and how well they serve the broad range of functions that streets can play in a neighborhood.
53 minutes © 2002
Slide presentation by John Z Wetmore at the Break The Gridlock Conference in Chicago, Illinois.
46:22 © 2002
Dan Burden of Walkable Communities Inc. giving the Transportation Research Board Distinguished Lectureship on January 8, 2001.
22 minutes © 1991
From the Twelfth International Pedestrian Conference. 1991
Peter Koltnow gives a keynote presentation at the 12th Annual International Pedestrian Conference: The Pedestrian Agenda, in Bethesda, Maryland, on October 2, 1991. He looks at the best efforts of traffic engineers, construction firms, utilities, and homeowners. Are pedestrians suffering from neglect, or is there a conspiracy to get rid of them?