Start the new year right with a packed week of livable streets events that span the spectrum from national monuments to Web 2.0. Here are the highlights: Tuesday: Learning from Washington D.C.: Monumental planning and thriving TODs. Find out how Washington D.C. is planning for its next 100 years, and how the region’s suburban transit […]
This week, stand up for parking reform on Tuesday, sit down for a talk about Time Square’s lawn chairs on Thursday, and stand up again for the Walk SF Peak2Peak Walk on Saturday! Here are the week’s highlights. Monday: SFBC Treehouse Talk: Driven to Excess. Josh Hart, former Program Director of the SFBC, is back […]
"Interested in reading bike and transportation books and engaging in robust discussions with other friendly folks? Join this Treehouse Talk and official launch of our new book club. Come to the meeting with ideas for great books to read. We will meet and start a reading list of our favorite books like Traffic, the Parking […]
This week, the SF Board of Supervisors holds a hearing on an appeal of the Transbay Transit Center District Plan, the SFBC talks about BART’s upcoming bikes on board pilot, and the East Bay Bike Party brings the Tour de France home. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: SF Supes Land Use and […]
From the SF Bicycle Coalition: Ever feel put on the spot to speak for everyone who rides a bike? Join Aaron Bialick, editor of Streetsblog SF, for a discussion about the way we talk about bicycling, and why it’s as important as making the most convincing points.