As the SFMTA braces for the nine-day shutdown of Muni’s N-Judah line and other detours starting tomorrow, the agency has been encouraging the tens of thousands of riders whose commutes will be disrupted to bike and walk to work as a way to avoid the anticipated Muni havoc. The agency has even teamed up with […]
Lots of good stuff this week, including a fundraiser for the campaign against Prop L tomorrow and the return of Park(ing) Day at the end of the week. Here are all of this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: SFMTA Director Ed Reiskin will join a Middle Polk Neighborhood Association meeting to discuss the transit funding initiatives on the […]
From SFBC: San Francisco loves biking and one of the most fun and rewarding days to bike is the annual Bike to Work Day Celebration. Join the SF Bicycle Coalition and hundreds of thousands of lawyers, nurses, teachers, waiters and others who will be biking to work on this great day. Energizer Stations will be […]
This week is action-packed with parking strategies, transit-oriented development, bikes, and even a cemetery or two. Here are the highlights, but be sure to check out the full events calendar for even more. Monday: SPUR Evening Forum: EmBIKEadero: 2009 Patri Fellowship Presentation. Come hear and see a fully-considered vision of a world-class bikeway on the […]
Friends of the Urban Forest (FUF) and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition planted over fifty trees on Earth Day.
Streetsblog checked in with the dedicated volunteers of the Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) on Monday evening at its monthly meeting. The BAC was created by an ordinance back in 1990. The group consists of appointees representing each of the supervisorial districts. It advises San Francisco on matters related to bike safety and infrastructure. The chair […]