The outer lanes of Market Street will be re-paved between Van Ness Avenue and Sixth Street this weekend, the Department of Public Works announced today. The work is scheduled to start on Friday at 7 p.m. and finish within 24 hours. “This will be a major improvement to the city’s most important bicycling street,” said SF […]
Public Works shows off its new protected-bike-lane street-cleaning machines
People Protected, Scraper Bikes, Oakland DOT's Slow Streets Team and San Jose Bike Plan Team
Schmitt’s book provides a detailed investigation into how pedestrian deaths have increased by 50 percent in the past decade, and how our nation’s persistent patterns of racism and economic inequality play into this under-reported public health crisis.
From EBBC: PedalFest is coming to Oakland on October 22nd: the EBBC co-presents a fun-filled day of cycling celebration The East Bay Bicycle Coalition is excited announce an incredible bike festival in Oakland: PedalFest. Pedalfest is a festival for the recreational rider and the seasoned cyclist, as well as the casual observer, showcasing what makes […]
The SF Unified School District is the tenth city agency to adopt Vision Zero, officials announced at a Bike and Roll to School event today. The announcement came in conjunction with the launch of an after-school program in Chinatown that teaches kids about safer street design. Supervisor Norman Yee also announced a push last week […]