Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Bicycle Plan

Video: A Dutch Perspective on U.S. Cycling Infra

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SF editor’s note: This video features plenty of examples of San Francisco’s stressful bicycling streets — the kind that the SFMTA hopes to transform in its Bicycle Strategy. The agency has determined that only 10 percent of the city’s bike network is “comfortable for most people.” Last December I traveled to Amsterdam for the first time. […]

Spot-By-Spot, or Route-By-Route? SFMTA Refines Its Bicycle Strategy

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The SF Municipal Transportation Agency is pondering the most effective way to improve the city’s bicycle network in the coming years as it rolls out its Bicycle Strategy: Should planners focus bicycle improvements on dangerous and stressful spots throughout the city, or focus on upgrading major bike corridors to the highest quality of comfort first? Tim Papandreou, […]

SFMTA’s Bicycle Strategy Could Make SF Top in the Nation — If It’s Funded

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The SF Municipal Transportation Agency has mapped out a course that could make San Francisco the most bike-friendly city in the nation. All it needs now, it seems, is the political leadership to step up and fund what SFMTA Director Ed Reiskin has called the “most cost-effective investment we can make in moving people.” The SFMTA’s Draft […]