Eyes on the Street: Week in Review

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Here’s your weekly round-up of photos from our Flickr pool. Thank you as always and please do send more our way. A selection of others after the jump.

Showplace_Square_small.jpgThis used to be a parking lot at Showplace Square. Photo: geekstinkbreath
city_hall_in_glasses_small1.jpgCity Hall in his glasses. Photo: getinet
it__s_g_small.jpgPhoto: plug1
meligrosa_2.jpgPhoto: meligrosa
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stop_driving.jpgGood advice. Photo: Matthew Roth


Eyes on the Street: Week in Review

Photo: plug1 Wow, what a beautiful bunch of uploads the Streetsblog community has been tagging for our Flickr pool!  Please keep it up. And plug1 (a.k.a. whatimseeing.com), you rock; we’d put more of your photos up, but we don’t have that much server room.  Thanks all for the contributions and please keep sending them our […]

Eyes on the Street (and in the Sky): Week in Review

Proud young pedestrian. Photo: busbozo Great to see so many children out for Walk to School Day this week. An absolutely beautiful photo of this little girl above. And good lord was it intense to get buzzed by the Blue Angels! I never want to be on the target end of our military.  Thanks as […]

Eyes on the Street: Claremont Boulevard Bike Lane Being Installed

Photo by Streetsblog tipster Nick. DPT crews were spotted striping a new bike lane on Claremont Boulevard this morning, which will become the city’s sixth new bike lane. Streetsblog tipster Nick sent us these photos, taken around 10 a.m., of crews working on northbound Claremont from Portola Drive to Dewey Boulevard near the West Portal […]

Eyes on the Street: Hey Driver, Look, I Got the Light!

Photos: Bryan Goebel The one-way traffic sewers around my neighborhood on Sutter Street in the Tendernob (aka Lower Nob Hill) encourage speeding, so as you can imagine, there are constant near-misses by drivers intent on ignoring the pedestrian right-of-way. What you see in the photo above happened Monday evening on Sutter Street at Jones, as […]

Eyes on the Street: Renegade Bicycle Stenciler Strikes Again

Photos: Andy Thornley The renegade bicycle stenciler has expanded his/her vision for a slower, saner traffic plan, this time asserting a bicyclist’s right to take a lane on Oak Street and not give it back. Sharrows be damned! Unlike the previous iteration of the renegade bicycle stencil, which predicts new markings the MTA intends to […]