Street Delivery gives the city back to pedestrians

Newsroom 09/06/2010 | 18:23

Street Delivery, now at its fifth edition, commences its already trademark cultural activities on June 11th and ends on June 13th. As in all of the previous editions in Bucharest, Arthur Verona street will be closed to automobiles and will only allow access to pedestrians and to bicycle users.

 

The 2010 edition of Street Delivery will include 36 hours of alternative music, along with movie projections, water fights, NGO presentations, dance and interactive shows, as well as improvisation activities.

 

Street Delivery is a lobby activity aimed at the Bucharest City Hall for the widening of sidewalks across Bucharest, the creation of a pedestrian underground passage to cross Magheru boulevard and the construction of multi-level parking spaces. As soon as these objectives are reached, the event is bound to cease, thus reaching its initial purpose.

 

For the first time, Street Delivery will take place simultaneously both in Bucharest and in Timisoara.

 

Arthur Verona Street is located in the vicinity of the Piata Romana subway station. The most important landmarks are Patria cinema and Carturesti library, between which the street is located.

 

Corina Dumitrescu

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