Architecture and Community Design students at the University of San Francisco will present design concepts for the covered and secure bicycle parking facility USF officials intend to build between in 2013. A panel of judges that includes professional architects and bicycle planners will evaluate the presentations. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend to ask questions and provide feedback that will help inform the judges.
One of the racks from NYC’s design competition and a green traffic-separated bike lane on Broadway. The SFBC and the Department of Public Health (DPH) recently announced a bicycle rack design competition as part of a $100,000 community-based planning grant from Caltrans for the Treasure Island redevelopment plan. SFBC project manager Neal Patel explained the […]
Caltrain’s 4th and King Bike Station to Double in Capacity With New Operator Deal (SF Examiner) State Judge Rules to Remove Some Provisions for Muni Operator Contracts in Prop G (SF Examiner) It Can Be Surprising How Ignorant People Are of Bicycling Laws (KQED) City Controller Finds Central Subway Contractors Billed SF $336,000 in “Unallowable Costs” (SFGate) Planning […]
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 […]
Flickr photo: Thomas Hawk The city plans to paint bike lanes in 22 locations within the first year after the Bike Plan injunction is lifted, all of which would be reversible upon a court order, according to a filing [PDF] by the City’s Attorney’s office today. At a hearing on lifting the three-year-old injunction on […]
Uber Driver Arrested for Running Down Man on Bicycle After Altercation (CBS, Hoodline, SFBay) SFTRU Challenges Mayor Lee and Supervisors to Ride Muni for 22 Days (SF Chronicle) SFMTA Looks to Reduce Bike Parking in City-Owned Garages Due to Low Usage (SocketSite) Sup. Kim Wants to Nix Armed Security That Guards Muni Workers Carrying Fare […]
Robert Yegge, a 22-year-old student at University of San Francisco, died last week after a truck driver struck and killed him while he was bicycling at Oak and Franklin Streets. According to the SF Chronicle, Yegge was hospitalized on Tuesday, May 29, at about 2:30 p.m., after police said the driver “stopped at a blinking […]