New models for bike-friendly streets

From SPUR:

As long-awaited bicycle improvements take shape across the city, we check on the state of the art at home and abroad with advocates and practitioners who are bringing innovative street design to fruition. Join Andy Thornley of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition,Michael Sallabery of the SFMTA Sustainable Streets program and Michael Moule of Nelson\Nygaard to learn about upcoming projects and new models.

  • Any chance you’ll share associated documents and graphics on the web for those that can’t make it? 

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