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This Week: Embarcadero, Townsend, Future VehiclesBy Roger Rudick |
Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday/tonight! Embarcadero Committee. Join the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition to help strategize how to get the city to make immediate hotspot improvements to the Embarcadero and commit to constructing the long-term vision for fully protected bike lanes along the Embarcadero by 2022. Monday/tonight! July 16, 5:30-7:00 p.m., Philz Coffee, 5 Embarcadero Center, […]
SFMTA’s Draft List for the Next Generation of BikewaysBy Aaron Bialick |
The SFMTA has released a draft list of the 68 street segments it’s looking to include in the next wave of improvements to the city’s bicycle network [PDF]. The SF Bicycle Coalition mapped out the list and is asking its members to weigh in on a survey about which streets should take top priority. The SFMTA’s […]
Advocates, Angered by Townsend Project Cancellation, Dominate SFMTA Board MeetingBy Roger Rudick |
Some sixty advocates from the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, and more from other street safety groups, came to today's SFMTA board meeting to demand the agency reinstate the Townsend Corridor Improvement Project
SFMTA Cancels Townsend Safety Project; Advocates Fight BackBy Roger Rudick |
Roughly seventy safety advocates donned yellow t-shirts and stood on the edge of the bike lanes along Townsend Street at the King Street Station yesterday evening to demand safety upgrades.
SFMTA Board Meeting: Second Street Protected Bike LanesBy Aaron Bialick |
Agenda Article for background From SFMTA [PDF]: The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Board of Directors will be considering proposed traffic and parking improvements associated with San Francisco Public Works’ Second Street Improvement Project. This project is a key part of San Francisco’s Vision Zero initiative of eliminating traffic deaths. The project seeks to create […]
Advocates Welcome a Safer TownsendBy Roger Rudick |
Advocates fought hard to improve conditions around the Caltrain Depot. Here are the results.