SPUR Walking Tour: Dogpatch manufacturing tour

"The Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco played a crucial role in the
city’s industrial and shipbuilding past. But did you know that the
Dogpatch is also home to many of San Francisco’s current (and future)
artisan manufacturers? Join us for a walking tour led by Kate Sofis
of SFMade.org, as we explore local companies making messenger bags,
prefabricated cabins and chocolate!"

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Bike to Make Ride

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From SFBC: Join SFMade and the SF Bicycle Coalition for a visit to three of San Francisco’s neighborhoods that still are home to many of our City’s finest local manufacturers – South of Market, the Northeast Mission, and the Dogpatch. The tour will start in SOMA at Tech Shop – SFMade’s headquarters and a fascinating […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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 This week, look at the city through the eyes of others. Begin by viewing growth through a European lens and end with a local approach to greening and sustainability. Here are the week’s highlights: Tuesday: SFMTA Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee Meeting. Let the PSAC, the official public representative to the Board of Supervisors on pedestrian […]

Sunday Streets: Bayview and Dogpatch

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From Sunday Streets: This will be our 5th year Sunday Streets visits the Bayview and Dogpatch neighborhoods. With over three and a half miles of car-free space, this is one of the longest Sunday Streets routes and a great opportunity to explore San Francisco neighborhoods by bike. In 2014, we’re pleased to partner with the Stern […]

SFBC Rec Ride: Southeast SF Tour & Hunters Point Open Studios

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From SF Bike Coalition: Explore the Southeast corner of San Francisco (Dogpatch, Bayview) by bike: we’ll visit old buildings, murals, underappreciated waterfront parks, and other sights, on a casual-pace 10-12 mile ride with plenty of stops. The ride will end at Hunters Point Open Studios, a free event at an old naval base with more than […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week, TransForm introduces a new building certification system for transportation impacts, and SF historian Chris Carlsson leads a political tour of Market Street. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: The SF Transit Riders Union Meets. San Francisco mayoral candidate Terry Baum joins the SFTRU tonight to present her plans for improving transit. 6 pm. […]

Today’s Headlines

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Planning Dept. Issues New Parklet RFP and Comprehensive Manual (Curbed) SFGate: Despite Concerns, SF’s Private Employee Shuttles Help Reduce Driving and Emissions Why Doesn’t Muni Have Cell Phone Reception in Tunnels? (SFGate) GG Bridge District Focuses Warnings About Fastrak-Only Tolling on Cash-Paying Drivers (CoCo Times) Richmond Pedestrian Hit by Driver While Walking on On-Ramp Faces Critical Injuries (CoCo Times) SFGate’s […]