"After you’ve enjoyed Sunday Street joyride, join the SF Bicycle Coalition on a relaxed ride visiting some of the newest bike lanes in town. This edition will look at new segments on Otis, Scott, and Kansas streets on a lovely trip from lower Potrero Hill to the Panhandle. We’ll also be on the lookout for new sharrows, and visit streets with bike lanes that are coming soon. Come join us for fun, slow riding, and to see the network grow!"
"Join the SF Bicycle Coalition on a relaxed ride from the Beach to the Bay, visiting some of the most newest bike lanes in town. We’ll also be visiting new bike lanes (and soon-to-be bike lanes!), new sharrows, and visit other improvements to the San Francisco’s Streets. Come join us for fun, slow riding, and […]
"Join the SF Bicycle Coalition on a relaxed ride visiting some of the most newest bike lanes in town. This edition will look at new segments on Beale, Howard, and Mississippi streets.We’ll be on the lookout for new sharrows elsewhere in SOMA, and visit streets with bike lanes that are coming soon. Come join us […]
It’s a quiet week on the Livable Streets Calendar, as in quiet enough to hear the roar of the ocean at a car-free Great Highway this Sunday. Here are the week’s highlights, leading up to the penultimate 2009 Sunday Streets. Tuesday: SFBC Treehouse Talk: Bike Plan 2009 – the rest of the Plan. We’ve adopted […]
Sunday Streets is back to the waterfront after a one month break. Plus, traffic engineer Jack Fleck will start the week with a history of major changes to the city’s streets. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Cars in the city: A conversation with traffic engineer Jack Fleck. SFMTA […]
"Join the first Women Of WOBO (Walk Oakland Bike Oakland) bike ride and roll out to Fruitvale for the annual Dia De Los Muertos festival! We’ll pedal along the Embarcadero to enjoy the bike lanes connecting downtown to Fruitvale, then stop for music, food, and a break at the free Dia De Los Muertos festival […]
From SPUR: Can the street become defined through its patterns of use? Can the increasing numbers of cyclists down Market Street help to enact new ways of thinking about bike lanes, intersections and interactions between people on bikes, on foot, in cars or riding transit? Join us for a free ride down Market Street where […]