SF Bicycle Advisory Committee Meeting

"Come and speak your mind about bicycle issues in San Francisco. This eleven member committee meets once a month and advises the Board of Supervisors on all matters bicycle.

Check the BAC website (sfgov.org/bac) to confirm these dates and read the agenda."

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Bike Advisory Committee Works for Better Bicycling in San Francisco

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Streetsblog checked in with the dedicated volunteers of the Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) on Monday evening at its monthly meeting. The BAC was created by an ordinance back in 1990. The group consists of appointees representing each of the supervisorial districts. It advises San Francisco on matters related to bike safety and infrastructure. The chair […]

SF Bicycle Advisory Committee meeting

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"Come and speak your mind about bicycle issues in San Francisco. This eleven member committee meets once a month and advises the Board of Supervisors on all matters bicycle. Check the BAC website (sfgov.org/bac) to confirm these dates and read the agenda."

SF Bicycle Advisory Committee meeting

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From SFBC: Come and speak your mind about bicycle issues in San Francisco. This eleven member committee meets once a month and advises the Board of Supervisors on all matters bicycle. Check the BAC website (sfgov.org/bac) to confirm these dates and read the agenda. Contact Bert Hill(sfbac7bert@aol.com), chair of the BAC, to place an issue […]

SF Bicycle Advisory Committee Meeting

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From SFBC: Come and speak up about bicycle issues in San Francisco. This eleven member committee meets once a month and advises the Board of Supervisors on all matters bicycle. Check the BAC website to see schedules and agendas, and contact BAC chair Bert Hill to ask to have an issue on the agenda or to request notice of […]

SPUR Offers a Bold Bike Path Proposal for the Embarcadero

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