Tuesday is the big vote at SFMTA to get private cars off of San Francisco's main thoroughfare. Advocates want all hands on deck.
Supes Approve Original Transbay Tax Deal, But Developers Could Sue (KQED, SFGate, CBS, Exam) SFBC Releases New Video Explaining the Bike Rules of the Road SFMTA to Hold “Safer Market Street” Community Meeting on Car Restrictions Tuesday (SFBC) Service Employees Union, Usually Progressive, Surprisingly Endorses Cars-First Prop L (SFBG) Person Filmed Bicycling on the Bay Bridge, […]
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is mounting a major advocacy effort to influence the Valencia designs and make sure they result in a safe, bike-and-ped-friendly street.
This week, learn the lessons SFBC and SFMTA staff took from their days in Copenhagen, how to start a farmers market, the history of transit in the city and then let it all sink in at the last Sunday Streets of the year. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: Join the East […]
"Come to the SFBC office for a lively discussion on the trial Market St. changes. The traffic changes will have been in place for two weeks, and we want to hear what it’s like to bike on Market St. with fewer cars, and at the intersections with forced right turns. We’ll also discuss the other […]
Flickr photo: dustinj Three years after a judge prohibited any bicycle improvements in San Francisco, the MTA Board and the Planning Commission are expected to finally approve and adopt the EIR and the Bike Plan this week, and legislate at least 45 of the 56 projects, which could bring up to 34 miles of new […]