Urban planners, at least when it comes to bikeway design, are still trying to undo the damage caused by vehicular cyclists in the 1970s and 80s, explained Bill Schultheiss, a traffic engineer who specializes in bike design and a member of the Bicycle Technical Committee and the Pedestrian Task Force of the National Committee on Uniform […]
Is your cyclist multi-tool a weapon?
Walsh seems to have reached a conclusion without fairly assessing the program and trying to make it work.
Pic of BART’s Notebook Mugger Suspect (SFChron, SFBay, SFWeekly) ID Your Station by BART Art (Curbed) More on Retrofit Laggards (Curbed) Pretty Ride on the 33 Bus (Curbed) New Chinatown Park (Hoodline) Restoring Old Transbay Benches (Hoodline) Pedestrian Run Down and Killed in SoMa (SFExaminer) Millennium Tower Still Going Down (SFChron) Sprucing up SMART Rail […]
Park(ing) Day is a grass-roots event wherein people turn street parking spaces into something more useful and fun than car storage. Herein some photos of people enjoying the street.
There was a bit of a dust-up late Friday on Twitter when the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition called out Caltrans over “public service” announcements that blame our most vulnerable road users for their own deaths and injuries. .@caltranshq, you ought to be ashamed of yourselves for this counterproductive victim-blaming. https://t.co/0RGSYmUGds — SF Bicycle Coalition (@sfbike) […]