A few weeks ago, Streetsblog was happy to tell you about meetings to get input for a huge expansion of San Francisco’s bike-share program. The East Bay and San Jose are moving forward with their plans as well, bringing the number of share bikes in the region from 700 to 7,000 over the next few […]
From EBBC: Come be inspired by Berkeley and Albany homes that demonstrate sustainability and self-reliance! Co-sponsored by Transition Berkeley, Transition Albany, Carbon Neutral Albany, and the East Bay Bicycle Coalition. We meet at Cordornices Creek on 8th Street (at University Village, north of Gilman) at 9:30 am and allow time to explore that newly restored […]
Berkeley's Bike Plan calls for protected bike lanes on Milvia St., one of its most heavily used bikeways. But those lanes won't be built for years. Walk Bike Berkeley wants the city to work faster.
"Berkeley celebrates living smart, eating smart and riding smart! Come to a FREE family celebration open to everyone! Activities include an obstacle course, mock city, bicycle tours, face painting, performers, bike maintenance and fix-a-flat stations, blood pressure screenings, raffle prizes and lots of other activities and health resources. FREE bicycle helmets for all kids that […]
From EBBC: Bike on down to Trumer Brauerei, Berkeley for our Friday Night at the bike-in movies. the Kid with a Bike is our feature film, and we’ll also show a few other cool film shorts and take you on a tour of the brewery. Plus, local gourmet food trucks, popcorn, as well as refreshing Trumer Pils […]
On Wednesday morning the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) approved contract terms with Motivate International to expand the Bay Area Bike Share system from 700 bikes to more than 7,000 bikes by November 2017. When the expansion wraps up, the Bay Area’s system is expected to be the second-largest in North America, after Citi Bike in New York City. In addition […]