Flickr photo: Michael Bolger Though it occurred for just four hours on two miles of streets in the Mission, this week’s Sunday Streets event has transformed the livable streets movement in some of the same ways that Critical Mass transformed San Francisco’s bicycle rights movement in the early 1990s. “Even better than Critical Mass,” was […]
Last week, press outlets in the Bay Area and beyond hyped the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Critical Mass. Of course, it turned out to be one of the biggest rides ever (likely with the help of the media attention itself). Looking back, it’s clear that local attitudes toward Critical Mass — from the […]
Meet at Justin Herman Plaza at 5:30 p.m. More info sfcriticalmass.org. Some participants will be handing out this flyer at tonight’s event, urging good vibes.
Has the movement not been given its due?
This week, get updated on the Van Ness BRT Project, enjoy a Black Friday Critical Mass, and have a happy Thanksgiving! Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit Community Outreach Meeting. The SF County Transportation Authority is meeting with neighborhood groups around the city to update residents on the Van […]
This week’s events make Halloween seem like a long time ago, but it was only last Friday when Clarence Eckerson, on a west coast jaunt for Streetfilms, shot this video of Critical Mass in San Francisco. Some think it was the city’s biggest mass ride ever. Clarence offers a possible explanation: With monthly rides under […]