SF Bike Plan Public Hearing: Glen Park, Upper Market

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Advocates Upset By Prospect of Further Bike Lane Delays

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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 Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week, support a two-way Haight Street, learn about public space experiments in cities abroad, buy a drink for Walk SF, help envision a bikeway on the Southern Waterfront, and show your “byke pride” at the Pride Parade. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: Haight Street Two-way Conversion Community Meeting. Show your […]

Today’s Headlines

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Largest BART Union to Vote on Contract Offer Today (SF Gate, SF Examiner) Despite Court Ruling, State Funding for Public Transit May Still Be Far Off (Sac News & Review) Muni Working On "Wide Ranging Strategy" to Deal with Fare Evasion (SF Gate) SMART Board Votes to Go With Heavier American-Made Rail Cars (Press Democrat) […]

This Week: How SF Plans to Boost Walking, Biking, and Transit

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Planners at the SF Municipal Transportation Agency are set to present the agency’s five-year Strategic Plan tomorrow, laying out a framework to improve walking, biking, and transit in the city — stay tuned for coverage. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: SFMTA Board: Special Strategic Plan Workshop. The SFMTA will present its five-year […]