Fort Mason “Pinch Point” — Unpinched!

"A long-standing nuisance/hazard for bike traffic on the northern waterfront Bay Trail has finally gotten a fix — the infamous Fort Mason "Pinch Point" (at Marina Blvd and Laguna St.) has been addressed by the National Park Service for safer pedestrian and bicycle passage. Come toast this essential fix to the Bay Trail and the SF Bicycle Network with some of the folks who’ve fixed it and enjoy that "un-pinched" sensation!"

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