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THE BLUEPRINT AMERICA SCREENING TOUR
on the road: JOIN THE TOUR

This May and June, we're excited to launch THE BLUEPRINT AMERICA SCREENING TOUR, a community screening initiative that will use Beyond the Motor City to raise questions—and seek answers—about the future of transportation in America. Thanks to generous support from the Rockefeller Foundation, we're able to provide the film, free of charge, to communities across the country who wish to host public screenings of the film. City planners, urban growth experts, cyclists, commuters, students, policymakers, and concerned citizens from all over are invited to join.

Mar 30th, 2010

THE BLUEPRINT AMERICA SCREENING TOUR
on the road: MAP THE TOUR

See where Beyond the Motor City is making its way across the country.

Mar 30th, 2010

THE BLUEPRINT AMERICA SCREENING TOUR
on the road: FIND A SCREENING

To find a screening near you, scroll through the list on the next page! Don't see a screening in your city? Contact us to find out how you can coordinate a free screening in your neighborhood.

Mar 30th, 2010

THE BLUEPRINT AMERICA SCREENING TOUR
on the road: PROMOTE YOUR SCREENING

Once you've worked with us to set up your screening of Beyond the Motor City, feel free to use the materials below to start raising awareness about your event locally!

Mar 30th, 2010

BLUEPRINT AMERICA
Public Works: Video: Blueprint California

KCET public television in Southern California -- as a part of Blueprint America -- in a two part report following the one-year mark of President Obama's stimulus plan on the question of high-speed rail and the potential of green jobs as the California state budget verges on bankruptcy.

Mar 19th, 2010

BLUEPRINT AMERICA
America in Gridlock: [REPORT] The Ride: How the Transportation Bill Becomes a Law

The transportation bill -- the massive legislation authorizing and funding the country’s roads and mass-transit infrastructure (from highways to bus lanes to railways to bike lanes) -- expires every six years. That, however, does not mean a new bill is passed every six-years. It’s Washington, D.C., after all. Come along with Blueprint America correspondent Miles O'Brien as he talks to people on Capitol Hill about how the transportation bill becomes a law.

Mar 1st, 2010

THE DIG
[Web Video] Lost Landscapes of Detroit

Compilation of historical images of Detroit, Michigan (1917-1970), edited by Rick Prelinger (Prelinger Archives) for presentation at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) on February 10, 2010.

Feb 23rd, 2010

THE DIG
TIGER to fund rail project in Detoit

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) announced on Wednesday the winning projects to be funded under their Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant program, which was created to oversee the dispersal of $1.5 billion included in the stimulus plan a year ago. In other words, a bureaucracy within a bureaucracy. While the DOT's function is to oversee the flow of transportation dollars from Washington, the TIGER program's function is to do it better (as it relates to stimulus funding and as it relates to finally using an acronym that is also Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood's nickname).

Feb 18th, 2010

BLUEPRINT AMERICA
The Next American System: [VIDEO] Beyond the Motor City

Blueprint America: Beyond the Motor City examines how Detroit, a symbol of America’s diminishing status in the world, may come to represent the future of transportation and progress in America.

Feb 8th, 2010
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