Last week, about 375 people attended the National Women’s Bike Forum the day before the National Bike Summit in Washington, DC. It was the third women’s forum, an event that seeks to empower female bike advocates and confront issues that contribute to women’s low cycling rate relative to men in the United States. (Just 24 […]
San Francisco’s newest on-street plaza opened downtown this week on Annie Street, a one-block alley that runs near SPUR’s Urban Center between Market and Mission Streets, about halfway between Third and New Montgomery Streets. Temporary concrete and wood seats have transformed a large section of the alley into a car-free space for gatherings and events […]
This week is action-packed with parking strategies, transit-oriented development, bikes, and even a cemetery or two. Here are the highlights, but be sure to check out the full events calendar for even more. Monday: SPUR Evening Forum: EmBIKEadero: 2009 Patri Fellowship Presentation. Come hear and see a fully-considered vision of a world-class bikeway on the […]
This week, join us for drinks as we say farewell to our editor Bryan Goebel, join the circus that is the SF Bike Party, and see how sidewalk interventions can help “Reclaim Market Street!” Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Modeling the region’s future. “As the Bay Area debates and develops […]
This week, SPUR envisions 100,000 people per square mile and discusses parks as evolving artifacts, the streets repair bond measure goes before the SF Board of Supervisors, TransForum spotlights car-free adventures and heroes, and the San Jose Bike Party celebrates women who ride. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: What would 100,000 people per square mile […]
"The 2009 Halloween Themed Choose Your Own Adventure Alleycat is here. Costumes encouraged and proceeds benefit the Bike Kitchen."