Streetsblog



TaglinePublic transportation reporters/advocates in NYC, DC, LA, and SF
Year Founded2006
Type or CoverageTransportation
StateNational
StateNew York
CityNew York City
CitySan Francisco
CityWashington D.C.
CityLos Angeles
Business TypeNon-profit
Revenue SourcesNational Ads
Revenue SourcesDonations
Revenue SourcesGrants
Revenue SourcesSponsorships
Institutional SupportOther Foundation
Staff Size (Business)0
Staff Size (Editorial)6-10
Active VolunteersNone
CMSWordPress
AffiliationsWallace Global Fund; The Surdna Foundation; Open Planning Project.
Mappin LocationNew York City - New York
Principal StaffAaron Naparstek
Principal StaffMike Gorton
Principal StaffBenjamin Fried
DescriptionTransport-obsessed site Streetsblog—which focuses on everything from bike lines to subway fare hikes—was born appropriately in transport-obsessed New York City. Originally launched in 2006 by Aaron Naparstek it has since branched out to cover transportation in San Francisco Los Angeles and Washington D.C. Streetsblog has its origins in the advocacy movement focusing on local transportation and street safety issues in the hope of creating a more navigable terrain for those city dwellers traveling sans car. The Streetsblog team’s goal: to influence policy while building a reader base of like-minded and concerned citizens.
Profile on CJRhttp://www.cjr.org/news_startups_guide/2011/01/streetsblog.php
Homepagestreetsblog.org