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Advocates Ask Supes to Support a Two-Way Hayes

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Advocates are calling for all livable streets supporters who have the time to turn out to the Board of Supervisors’ Land Use and Economic Development Committee meeting today at 1pm to voice their support for a two-way Hayes Street, as was called for in the Market and Octavia Plan.  In 2007, the Hayes Valley Neighborhood […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week, speak up for safe bike lanes on 17th Street, become a part of the SF Transit Riders Union, have some pie for a parklet, and take a literature tour of San Francisco. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: 17th Street Bike Lanes Community Meeting. Speak up at this SFMTA meeting […]

Two-Way Hayes Extension is a Step Closer, Though Obstacles Remain

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Cars whipping around the corner of Gough and Hayes, where pedestrians can only cross three ways There was widespread government and public support for a two-way, traffic-calmed Hayes Street between Gough and Franklin at the Board of Supervisors’ Land Use and Economic Development Committee meeting today, but there is a fundamental disagreement with the MTA […]

This Week: Another Chance to Speak Against a Muni Fare Hike

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This Thursday, the SFMTA holds the second of five town hall budget meetings, where riders can speak up for measures like extending parking meter hours, enforcing existing garage regulations, and other ways to address the agency’s shortfall without imposing a fare hike on Muni riders. There’s also plenty in store for the weekend, including the […]

SF Bicycle Advisory Committee Meeting

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From SFBC: Come and speak up about bicycle issues in San Francisco. This eleven member committee meets once a month and advises the Board of Supervisors on all matters bicycle. Check the BAC website to see schedules and agendas, and contact BAC chair Bert Hill (sfbac7bert@aol.com) to ask to have an issue on the agenda or to […]