It’s a good week to renew your love with your bicycle. Join the SF Bicycle Coalition for a chance to learn about the Green Lane Project’s efforts to bring protected bike lanes to cities including SF; try out the matchmaking at the “Love on Wheels” dating game; and take a field survey of the Sunset […]
Biker baby looking cool. Photo: Matthew Roth The second of six Sunday Streets was a great success as thousands of people got out on a glorious sunny day to pedal, blade, run, skate, and stroll along the waterfront from AT&T park down to India Basin and the Bayview Opera House. By coincidence, my father was […]
You’ll be joining commuters new and old in making a statement about the importance of supporting the two wheeled way. Join the thousands of other San Franciscans in moving proof that bicycling is a viable form of transportation in this city. Start the morning by riding your bike downtown with a Commuter Convoy!
As you probably know, the Congress for the New Urbanism is holding its annual meeting out in Denver this week. Today on the Streetsblog Network, we’ve got a post from member Joe Urban (a.k.a. writer Sam Newberg) that talks about the real-life impact of the "new urbanist" approach to planning in that city, and the […]
This Saturday, the SFMTA unveils proposed designs for the Fell and Oak bikeways — be sure to stop by and show your support to ensure a well-designed and efficiently-delivered project. Also, TransForm hosts a talk with Dr. Manuel Pastor, “one of the leading minds on regional planning,” and the SFPD and the SFBC host a workshop […]
From SFBC: Join the SF Police Department and SF Bicycle Coalition for a conversation and workshop on bike theft in the city — hear from the San Francisco Police Department on what they’re doing to fight bike theft and investigate and prevent it, learn the most effective locking techniques and tips to avoid losing your […]