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This Week: Bike Infra Survey Ride, Creating Communities, and Bike to Work Day

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Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday Bike Infrastructure Survey Ride. The Bicycle Coalition hosts a casually paced ride to look at upcoming bicycle infrastructure projects in San Francisco. They’ll stop and discuss the history and future of different corridors scheduled for bicycle improvements. Tuesday, May 9, 5:30-6:30 p.m., SF Bicycle Coalition, 1720 Market St., SF. Wednesday […]
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This Week: Tall Buildings, Women Bike, Van Ness BRT

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Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday How Will Tall Buildings React in the Big One? San Francisco has recently completed the Tall Buildings Safety Strategy, an in-depth study of all S.F. buildings 240 feet in height or more–156 of them. Join SPUR to learn about its key recommendations and San Francisco’s efforts to strengthen […]

San Jose Bike Party

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From SJ Bike Party: So are you a Spaceman or a Cowboy? Who will be victorious as we gear up for another great ride? It’s up to you to decide what gear you bring – be it rayguns or revolvers, but we recommend that all of our riders be prepared for all of the eventualities […]

Rahman Law Women’s Ride in SF

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From Team Jortz: Hey There! Team Jortz is super excited to announce a womens only ride around the City of San Francisco in three parts to provide a safe space for women who are bike-curious and want to start riding around the City but really want to go with a friend. Hurrah! Team Jortz is […]

This Week: Parking Permits, Women Bike SF, Oaklavia

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Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Wednesday: San Francisco’s Residential Parking Permit Community Workshop. The SFMTA is seeking public comment to update and (hopefully) improve San Francisco’s parking permit program. This is one of 11 workshops they are holding throughout the city. Once the public meetings are complete, staff will take recommendations to […]

Today’s Headlines

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Is 30 Percent of Traffic Really Circling for Parking? SF Examiner Reporter Questions the Stats SPUR’s Gabe Metcalf: Bay Area Needs to Find Local Sources to Fund Transportation Needs (SFGate) Mona Caron’s Wiggle Utility Box Painting Found; SFMTA Explains (Haighteration, Uptown Almanac) SFMTA Board to Consider Taxi Dispatch Performance Standards (SF Examiner) Muni Bus Driver Makes Sudden Stop […]