Registration Deadline: CCSF Bike History, Repair & More

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CCSF Bike Repair Class Begins

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"CCSF is offering a class involving repair, maintenance, customizing bikes for hilly San Francisco riding, building bike stands and truing stands and other tools for proper maintenance, proper adjustments to working bikes and much more. Intro to engineering and technology (ENGN 48L, CRN: 78919) is for any age and skill level. Separate from the class, […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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The BART strike was averted, and what better way to celebrate than with an exciting week of livable streets events. Here’s a taste of what’s in store. Monday: CCSF Bike Repair Class. CCSF is offering a full-semester class involving repair, maintenance, customizing bikes for hilly San Francisco riding, building bike stands and truing stands and […]

You Don’t Have To Be A Genius To Know Bike Registration Is Dumb

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Hey Freakonomics, how could you get so much so wrong in five short sentences? A blog post this week highlights Oregon Representative Wayne Krieger’s proposal to charge cyclists a biannual registration fee and parrots his assertion that cyclists don’t contribute to the roads they ride and do similar damage to roads as vehicles.  In an […]

Today’s Headlines

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SFMTA Honors Muni Driver for Defending Torched Bus (SFGate, SFExam, CBS) Alameda County’s Transpo Measure B1 Still Undecided (CoCoTimes, TriValley, TranspoNation) Drivers Urged to Prepare for All-Electronic GG Bridge Tolling (MarinIJ) McPartland, Saltzman and Radulovich Win BART Board Races, Mallett Leads Narrowly (CoCoTimes) New Bay Bridge Bike Path Connection to Yerba Buena Island Delayed (SFGate) Palo Alto Cyclist Severely Injured by SUV Driver Last Week […]
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This Week: Transportation Funding, Waterfront, Community Repair

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Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday Transportation Funding. From taxes and fares to private dollars, multi-million-dollar transportation projects are pieced together with funding from local, state and federal levels. SPUR is  hosting a series about how we pay for our transportation infrastructure. Tuesday, Aug. 6, 12:30 p.m., SPUR San Jose, 76 South First Street, San Jose. […]