Tuesday, January 2, 2018
See Nashville on 'Perils For Pedestrian' Television
All three of the new Tennessee and Kentucky episodes of "Perils For Pedestrians" are now online.
'Perils For Pedestrians' Television (http://www.pedestrians.org/), came to Nashville in the Fall of 2017 to explore and discuss walkability and bicycle issues in our city.
Check out links below!
Episode 252 - TN, KY
Perils for Pedestrians - Episode 252 - TN, KY
0:24 - We talk with the head of Walk-Bike Nashville.
6:33 - Nashville, Tennessee, has a new sidewalk law.
12:34 - A doctor discusses obstacles to walking in Nashville.
17:49 - Nashville is improving bicycle facilities.
20:38 - We talk with the head of Walk-Bike Frankfort.
24:46 - We look at pedestrian access to a Frankfort, Kentucky, shopping center.
Episode 251 - Memphis
Perils for Pedestrians Episode 251 - Memphis
We travel to Memphis, Tennessee.
0:30 - We visit a new bicycle and pedestrian path on the Union Pacific Railroad bridge over the Mississippi River: The Big River Crossing.
11:31 - We look at public space improvements in the Medical District.
18:32 - We drop in on a meeting of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP).
23:51 - We listen to Mayor Jim Strickland's remarks at the APBP meeting.
Episode 250 - TN DOT
Perils for Pedestrians -Episode 250 - TN DOT
The Tennessee Department of Transportation.
0:21 -- The Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator,
7:12 -- The Multimodal Planning Office Supervisor, and
13:04 -- The Deputy Commissioner, Chief of Environment and Planning.