SFBC Treehouse Talk: Bikes and BART

From SFBC:

Learn about the history of bikes + BART, how BART plans to double the percent of trips to BART by bike by 2022 and what you can do to make the August pilot of lifting the bike blackout a big success! Dr. Shirley Johnson of the Bikes on Board group is our special presenter at this transit-oriented Treehouse Talk. Free to SF Bicycle Coalition members (a $5 donation from non-members is appreciated); bring your bike upstairs for parking.

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