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
Mayor Newsom and Blick’s Edward Ogorzaly. Photo: Mayor’s Press Office. On the same day San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom announced yet another intervention along central Market Street aimed at rejuvenating the beleaguered section between 5th and Van Ness, the Department of Public Works (DPW) announced it was convening a citizens advisory committee (CAC) to help […]
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.
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 […]