MTC: Programs and Allocations Committee

From SF Bike Coalition:

A great opportunity to share your passion for bike share. This regional government body will be voting on whether to allocate more funding to bike share. Specifically, the body will decide whether to put funding toward getting the soon-to-launch regional pilot program that has been reduced from 1,000 bikes to 700 bikes (350 in San Francisco) back to 1,000. Stop by to speak up for a large-scale bike sharing program in San Francisco and the region. Event details

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