Streetfilms: Video Coverage of Today’s Bike Celebration Press Conference

Streetfilms’ John Hamilton was on the scene of today’s press conference to celebrate San Francisco’s first bike lane in three years and announce what the city plans to do over the next six months to improve conditions for bicyclists in San Francisco. Stay tuned for more Streetfilms coverage of all the bike improvements!

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Just a Reminder: There Are a Ton of Bikes on Market Street

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San Franciscans may take it for granted, but to most Americans, the volume of bike traffic on Market Street resembles a Critical Mass ride more than a weekday rush hour. SF’s main thoroughfare regularly sees more than 3,000 people ride by the bike counter on weekdays at Market and Eighth Streets — and that’s just in […]