The SFMTA extended the buffered bike lanes on Bayshore Boulevard earlier this month from Silver Avenue south to Paul Avenue, reducing four traffic lanes to two. The street now provides a calmer, safer bicycling link for Bayview residents all the way up to where Bayshore ends, at Cesar Chavez Street and the “Hairball” freeway interchange. The […]
"he SFBC’s Bike Doctors will be doing free bike maintenance like fixing flats and lubing chains at the Bayview Farmers’ Market."
Alemany Boulevard will soon be dramatically safer for cycling as SFMTA crews began striping the city’s newest stretch of buffered bike lanes today. Despite acting as a vital connection between the Glen Park and Bayview neighborhoods, this stretch of Alemany between Rousseau Street and Bayshore Boulevard [pdf] has long been uninviting for people who bike […]
San Francisco’s streets are expected to fill with bike commuters tomorrow for the city’s 18th Bike to Work Day. The city has more bike lanes, more people on bikes, and more political momentum for bike policy today than in years past. “We definitely expect to see more people bicycling on Bike to Work Day this year […]
Despite the cloudy weather, Clement and Arguello Streets were bustling yesterday during the first Sunday Streets in the Inner Richmond — the first Sunday Streets to come to the west side’s neighborhood streets. (The other events have all been in Golden Gate Park and on the Great Highway.) With the event tied in with Clement’s on-street […]
New on-street bicycle parking in front of Boogaloos near 22nd Street. Photos: Matthew Roth. Before any of you hurt Streetsblog commenter Stuart Chuang Matthews for boasting of the lovely new on-street bike parking racks on Valencia Street without giving you pictorial evidence: How you like them apples? "The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is excited to […]