Streetsblog San Francisco is taking a much-deserved two-week break. I wish you all the happiest of holidays. Also, best wishes to my colleague Matthew Roth as he moves on to new adventures. I’ll be back after New Year’s just in time for our second anniversary, ready to provide another year of livable streets coverage.
Photos: Dennis Lee Though we’re taking the rest of the week off for the holiday, we thought you’d be excited to see these photos, which represent the first pavement treatments for the new Calm the Safety Zone projects on Market Street, meant to improve pedestrian safety by re-enforcing the separations between motorists and pedestrians. As […]
Flickr photo: Troy Holden Starting tomorrow, we’re taking a late summer vacation from publishing Streetsblog San Francisco. We’ll resume our regular publishing schedule on September 7th. We hope you enjoy your Labor Day holiday and for the many of you going up to Burning Man for the Metropolis themed festivities, we hope you have fun […]
Flickr photo by Troy Holden. The Streetsblog San Francisco crew is taking Christmas and New Year’s off, and we’ll be back in 2010 ready and charged to provide some hard-hitting livable streets coverage. We’ll also be celebrating our one-year anniversary. That’s right, Streetsblog is about to turn a year old. Can you believe it? To […]
From Walk SF: Put on your your walking cap and your thinking socks, andjoin us May 7th for a special interactive tour of Hayes Valley! This active and exciting Walk SF fundraiser will combine a specially-designed Thinkwalks tour of the Hayes Creek watershed with a cooperative game of mental recall and social interaction. Joel Pomerantz will […]
Yesterday evening, some 100 riders gathered at the Fruitvale BART station to head out on a tour of Alameda’s holiday lighting displays. David Coldiron, the events organizer, started the “Alameda Holiday Lights Ride in the Island City” back in 2011. As he explained it, the event lets him show his love for his home cities […]
Bikes on the Governors Island Ferry in New York City. Photo by Benjamin Running. We need your help. We want to see what you’re seeing when you’re out there on the streets of America, and we’re going to be asking you to send us your pictures on specific themes in the weeks to come. This […]