About 150 residents attended a community meeting last Wednesday hosted by the San Jose Department of Transportation in the Willow Glen neighborhood to introduce plans for new bike lanes and sharrows on six streets west of downtown. The projects would complement four less extensive bikeway projects on streets east of downtown which were presented on August 6. […]
Advocates are not ready to compromise a single bike lane in the big 56. Photo: Matthew Roth SFBC Program Manager Andy Thornley had the sinking feeling, following an MTA Traffic Engineering meeting last Friday, that the agency was not serious about its commitment to moving as many of the priority 56 bicycle projects forward as […]
This Wednesday, the Planning Department will hold simultaneous community meetings about making a more pedestrian-friendly Castro Street and the creation of a new Pavement to Parks plaza at the Persia Triangle in the Excelsior District. Those interested in more bike-friendly streets in the Glen Park, Noe Valley, and Castro neighborhoods can also join the SF Bicycle Coalition […]
"The SFMTA will be hosting an information meeting on the 2003 draft Glen Park Community Plan. The meeting will focus on proposed transportation improvements projects presented in the 2003 Glen Park Community Plan that will be carried forward into the environmental review phase, including the Glen Park Bike Lanes from the Bike Plan."
From East Bay Bicycle Coalition: March 21, 2013 – 5:30pm – 7:30pm Our Oakland Bikeways Campaign is on the agenda for the March Oakland BPAC Meeting and we need you in attendance to support our ask for great bike lanes on Telegraph Ave, Park Blvd and 14th Street downtown. While staff are generally supportive of […]
Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday Can You Make a Living as an Urban Farmer? Urban agriculture provides education, places for people to gather, and green spaces in cities. But what about jobs and livelihoods? Numerous city farming and urban gardening projects with a commercial focus have popped up in the Bay […]