Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Events

Pro bono design: Transforming the built environment

From SPUR: Pro bono design is changing the lives and livelihoods of America’s nonprofits. Join Public Architecture Founder & President John Peterson for a panel discussion to explore the role of pro bono service in professional design practice. Two local projects will be highlighted: the Randall Overlook and the clinics of Golden Gate Community Health. Featured […]

A Ruota Libera: A Bicycle and Pizza Show

From SFBC: A Ruota Libera is a bicycle and pizza show designed to showcase the rich culture and history of frame building that exists in San Francisco along with musical performances and a screening of FROM STEEL: The Making of a Soulcraft. Admission: $10 (includes pizza), Free on site bike parking will be provided. Tickets […]

Community Hubs – Family Bike Safety Training

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From SFBC: Join the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s Safe Routes to School staff and the YBIKE program for family bicycle and pedestrian safety training as part of the “Community Hubs” program. It’s the perfect place for young and old to learn to ride, learn helmet fitting, safety skills, safe street crossing, and how to ride […]


TransportationCamp is a free, weekend-long unconference bringing together transportation professionals, technologists, and others interested in the intersection of urban transportation and technology. TransportationCamp is not a traditional conference. TransportationCamp will provide an opportunity for every single attendee to be a participant in shaping and leading the event. Curious about how this will work? Read on […]