At long last, Saturday will see the opening of the Richmond San Rafael Bridge bike path. By some counts, the fight for the path has gone on for close to fifty years.
Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar
Tomorrow, Saturday, regular service begins... with more frequent service to come
From EBBC: Come to this community workshop and share your ideas regarding the proposed Bay Trail connection between Castro Street and the existing trail under the Richmond/San Rafael Bridge. The Bay Trail connection to Point Molate is a planned multi-use trail that will provide non-motorized access from Richmond to Point Molate. The Trail will close […]
Coming off a heady week in which San Francisco got its first bike lanes in years, there’s plenty more advocacy work to do: East Bay bus rapid transit and non-motorized access to the Bay Bridge are two of the big items. There’s also plenty of pure fun, with a holiday lights ride and a bicycle […]
Photo: kpmarek As the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) continues its regional public hearings, including one tonight in San Francisco, the various options the agency is proposing for increasing bridge tolls are generating a number of debates and proposals, including the funding of the long-discussed pedestrian/bicycle/maintenance paths over the west span of the Bay Bridge. […]