New York has long been the site of experimentation for urban living, and today it continues to shape perceptions of how people experience city life. City Walk examines New York's past and present -- from the Jane Jacobs architectural walking tour to the Highline, a linear park in Chelsea, to the Great Saunter, a walk circumambulating Manhattan, New Yorkers continue to define and re-define what it means to be an urban dweller.
City Walk heads into the hustle and bustle of Manhattan to journey through the most visited urban park in the United States: Central Park.
Most people think of New York as a city filled with taxis and skyscrapers, but not the Shorewalkers. They celebrate the parks, promenades and trails along the water
A busy New York street corner, a case study of the perfect walkable neighborhood, filmed in 1901 by the Thomas Edison Company.
Manhattan Parks Quintet, a walking tour of Manhattan's favorite neighborhood parks, organized by Urban Parks Conference.
Playgrounds are no longer just for kids. Now, free workout stations have popped up at city parks in an effort against obesity. The NY Parks Department has set up a bunch of outdoor playgrounds that have the look and feel...
Episode 3 of City Walk ventures back in time and across the continent as the walking revolution spreads from New York City parks to Portland's walkability to the rugged canyons and trails of Orange County. Featuring Maryland's Iverson Mall Walkers, an uncommon group of people who will line dance their way into your heart.
The premiere episode of City Walk shines a spotlight on the most exotic and exciting walks in America, and travels to cities across the country that are currently transforming themselves into more walkable communities. With stops in Pasadena, Washington D.C.,...