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!

ALSO ON STREETSBLOG

STREETFILMS

Citi Bike Debuts in New York City!

|
SF editor’s note: With Bay Area Bike-Share set to launch in August, this new Streetfilm documenting New York City’s bike-share launch yesterday gives us a preview of what’s to come. Details about Bay Area Bike-Share will be unveiled at an SFMTA open house this Thursday. Memorial Day 2013 marked a milestone in NYC transportation history: […]

Today’s Headlines

|
SFMTA to Hold Public Workshops on Reducing Budget Deficit (SF Public Press, City Insider) Nation’s Three Largest Bike Advocacy Orgs Announce Plans to Unify (Bike Portland) Should SF Youth Ride Muni For Free? (SFGate) BeyondChron Thinks So Institute Releases Study on How to Improve Bike Safety in Bay Area and Portland (WSJ) States Looking to […]

Streetfilms: NYC Bike Lanes 101

|
In some cities people are so desperate for bike lanes they’ll mark their own. Elizabeth Press of Streetfilms in New York City, on the other hand, had this to say about the work the NYC Department of Transportation has been doing in her city: "It feels like every time I get on my bike there […]
STREETFILMS

Perfect Match: Metro Vancouver Melds Bikes and Transit

|
Last month Streetfilms took a look at how Vancouver is making big strides toward becoming a safe bicycling city. As we learned while in town for the Velo-City 2012 conference, the city government is not alone — it has a great partner in the regional transportation agency, TransLink, which provides transit service for 22 regional municipalities, plus funding […]
STREETFILMS

Shifting Into High Gear at Pro Walk/Pro Bike 2012

|
Nearly 1,000 transportation professionals, advocates and place-makers gathered in beautiful Long Beach, California for the Pro Walk/Pro Bike conference last week. Streetfilms caught up with attendees to find out what some of the hot topics were. Of course, we couldn’t talk to everyone, so let us know what we missed in the comments section.