Cities on six continents celebrated Park(ing) Day on Friday, in its tenth year of temporarily transforming curbside space for cars into public spaces for people. Some of the pop-up parks that caught our eye this Park(ing) Day include: Providence pulled out all of the stops this year, with 32 parklets — and a pop-up protected bike lane down […]
Get ready to peek into a possible future for San Francisco parks. This evening and next week, the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department will lead a tour of four properties being considered for purchase and transformation into parkland. The locations being considered are at 17th and Folsom; Palou and Phelps in the shadow of […]
Imagine that: open streets, people walking, neighbors socially distancing while they get some air — and not a cop in sight.
This Tuesday and Wednesday, don’t miss your chance to provide feedback on planned improvements to speed up the J-Church, 14-Mission, and 22 Fillmore Muni lines at the SFMTA’s TEP workshops. On Thursday, take your kids on a ride for San Francisco’s fourth annual Bike to School Day, and Sunday Streets returns this weekend with a modified […]
Amidst all the bad news about COVID, transit's funding crisis, etc. a little bit of happy