Eyes on the Street: Claremont Boulevard Bike Lane Being Installed

claremont2.jpgPhoto 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 Muni station. 

We’ve got numerous requests into the MTA to find out what bike improvements are going in this week, but we’ve had a tough time getting a response. When, for example, is the bike symbol going to be painted in California’s first green bike box on Scott Street?

Have you seen the MTA at work? Please send us your photos: tips@sf.streetsblog.org. Or add them to our Flickr pool

claremont3.jpgPhoto by Streetsblog tipster Nick.

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