From sfbikeexpo.com: Where do you find a mountain bike dirt jump competition, bike polo, fashion show, fixed gear freestyle competition, kids races and much more?!? The San Francisco Bike Expo! The Expo is back for its 5th year. It will land on November 10th & 11th at the historic Cow Palace. We continue to focus on competitions, action and […]
SFMTA’s Ed Reiskin Hopes to Quell Parking Meter Furor at Hearing Today (SFBG, KQED, SF Exam) Reiskin: We Can’t Keep Starving Muni of Funding (SF Examiner) C.W. Nevius on Polk: “Reality is There Isn’t Enough Parking” (SFGate) Why Are Announcements on Muni Often So Hard to Understand? (SFGate) Bill From CA Assemblymember Ting Would Create Signs Alerting Drivers […]
"Every Sunday 3pm and Tuesday 6pm at Speedway Meadow in Golden Gate Park. Hard to miss a group of people playing polo in a field. Bring bike and refreshments. Fun and casual game that gets the blood going. All are welcome"
More Coverage of CHSRA Decision on Route Alternatives (SF Gate) Vigil Held to Honor Victim of Third Street Attack (ABC) N-Judah Train Decouples in Sunset Tunnel (SF Examiner) Young Girl Describes Being Attacked on Muni Train (ABC) TransLink Re-branding Gets Pricier (SF Appeal) Witness Details Horrific Crash That Killed Novato Girl (Marin IJ) Protesters Demonstrate […]
After receiving applications from many fine journalists, I’m pleased to announce that OpenPlans is hiring a new editor to manage Streetsblog San Francisco. Aaron Bialick will be taking the reins full-time starting on January 3, 2012. Aaron learned the journalism trade at the side of Streetsblog SF founding editor Bryan Goebel. Following Bryan’s departure, Aaron […]
Cycling San Franciscans have plenty to be happy about on the streets this Bike to Work Day, with new and greened bike lanes, new bike parking, sharrows, bike boxes, and traffic signals to make riding a little easier. “This is by far the most work we’ve done in a span of time like this,” said […]