"A long-standing nuisance/hazard for bike traffic on the northern waterfront Bay Trail has finally gotten a fix — the infamous Fort Mason "Pinch Point" (at Marina Blvd and Laguna St.) has been addressed by the National Park Service for safer pedestrian and bicycle passage. Come toast this essential fix to the Bay Trail and the SF Bicycle Network with some of the folks who’ve fixed it and enjoy that "un-pinched" sensation!"
Coming off a heady week in which San Francisco got its first bike lanes in years, there’s plenty more advocacy work to do: East Bay bus rapid transit and non-motorized access to the Bay Bridge are two of the big items. There’s also plenty of pure fun, with a holiday lights ride and a bicycle […]
Update: This meeting has been cancelled until later notice and will be re-scheduled. See Streetsblog’s most recent story here. From SFBC: Rescheduled from April, the City has set the final community meeting for the Bay Trail path along Marina Boulevard for July 24. They will be presenting their final recommended design for the bicycle and pedestrian path, […]
The bike lane we spotted at Fort Mason last week, which replaced a lane of car parking on the northern end of Van Ness Avenue, could be removed any day now, according to city staffers. The bike lane was installed temporarily as part of the People Plan, intended to encourage visitors to bicycle during the […]
One year after community planning meetings began, plans finally appear to be moving forward for removing the 51 parking spaces in the middle of a walking and biking path along the Marina — the only stretch of the 500-mile Bay Trail with cars on it. But Marina boat owners aren’t giving up, and car-free path supporters need to turn […]
From SFBC: Join the SF Bicycle Coalition and Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) for a ride along San Francisco’s waterfront! Ever wonder why some projects take so long while others seem to pop up out of nowhere? Want to better understand San Francisco’s bike infrastructure and unique design? Want to meet others who are interested or […]
After four years of an agonizing bicycle injunction that prevented the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) from adding any significant improvements to the city’s bike network, a judge earlier this year finally freed the SFMTA to begin building out the city’s long-promised Bicycle Plan. In short order, the SFMTA made some very noticeable improvements, […]