SFBC Going Green: San Francisco and the Green Lane Project

 

San Francisco’s reputation as a great city for bicycling is growing. Last year, our city was chosen by Bikes Belong as one of only six cities for the illustrious Green Lane Project—a national program to build world-class bikeways in leading bicycling cities. Join Martha Roskowski, Director of the Green Lane Project, and Leah Shahum, Executive Director of the SF Bicycle Coalition, for a discussion about the future of SF streets, how the Green Lane Project could change our city, and how San Francisco compares to other leading cities.RSVP

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