5th Annual Supermarket Street Sweep

The Supermarket Street Sweep is an annual bike race that benefits the San Francisco Food Bank! For the past four years, hundreds of participants have zipped around the city to local supermarkets and brought back thousands of pounds of food to donate to this wonderful charity.

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The 7th Annual Supermarket Street Sweep

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7th Annual Supermarket Street Sweep Sat., Dec. 1 | 11am-8pm The Supermarket Street Sweep is an annual bike race that benefits the San Francisco Food Bank! For the past six years, hundreds of participants have zipped around the city to local supermarkets and brought back thousands of pounds of food to donate to this wonderful […]

Supermarket Street Sweep

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From SFBC: The Supermarket Street Sweep is an annual bike race that benefits the San Francisco Food Bank. Participants need a bag, box or crate for food items, bike lock, and money to buy items (suggested $15-30). http://supermarketstreetsweep.blogspot.com/

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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Learn about the Planning Department’s Market Street pedestrian study, explore Taipei’s model for transit success, get on your bike to scoop up groceries for the SF Food Bank, and let loose this weekend with two holiday parties from three of the Bay Area’s largest bicycle advocacy organizations. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week, join the SF Transit Riders Union’s general meeting, show your support at a workshop on the Fell and Oak bikeways, and celebrate winter parties in SF and the East Bay. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: SF Transit Riders Union Member Meeting. Join the SFTRU at its general meeting where members will […]

Less Parking, More Healthy Food

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The other day, we looked at a supermarket in a densely populated part of New Haven that is unwelcoming to pedestrians. Today, courtesy of member blog The City Fix, we’re taking another look at urban supermarket planning, specifically the issue of how to get quality food markets built in underserved neighborhoods (so-called food deserts) — […]

Today’s Headlines

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DA May Prosecute Drivers in Recent SF Pedestrian Deaths (Bay Citizen, SF Examiner, City Insider) Driver Who Killed Pedestrian on Skyline Blvd. Faces Year in Prison (Mercury News) USF to Unveil Campus Bike Plan Tomorrow (Bike NoPa) Palo Alto Pushes Ahead With Cal. Ave. Road Diet (PA Online) Driver Flips Car Into Palo Alto Parking […]