SFBC Outreach at Adobe Employee Fair

"The SF Bicycle Coalition will be doing outreach to Adobe employees about bike advocacy and the benefits of being a SFBC member."

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Advocates: Despite Bike-Ped Death, Cars Still Greatest Danger to Peds

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In the midst of a wave of media attention around the recent bicycle-pedestrian death in the Castro, walking and bicycling advocates today re-affirmed the greatest dangers facing pedestrians on San Francisco’s streets: high-speed roads and dangerous driving behavior. In a KQED radio forum this morning, Walk SF Executive Director Elizabeth Stampe, SF Bicycle Coalition (SFBC) Executive Director Leah Shahum, […]

SFMTA’s Livable Streets Team Plucks Neal Patel From SFBC

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Neal Patel will be leaving his position as planning director at the SF Bicycle Coalition to join the SF Municipal Transportation Agency’s Livable Streets team, bringing his talents in community outreach to city government. Patel said the details on his position at the SFMTA are still taking shape, but that he’ll be working on pedestrian, bicycle, and […]

SFMTA, Newsom Support Study of Protected Oak and Fell Bike lanes

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During routine business at the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board meeting Tuesday, Director Cheryl Brinkman recounted how enjoyable it was to ride her bicycle on the new physically separated bike lane on Division Street between 9th and 11th Streets. Brinkman said she hoped the SFMTA would consider how it could improve the connection for […]

New SFPD Park Station Captain’s Bike Crackdown Won’t Make Streets Safer

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@SFPDPark obviously no crackdown needed here! Looks perfectly safe, @Bob_Gunderson approved. pic.twitter.com/VrOCM1NPwj — kevin (@ku1313) June 14, 2015 In the name of “protecting life,” SFPD Park Station Captain John Sanford has promised a crackdown on people on bikes rolling through stop signs. The SF Bicycle Coalition and some neighborhood leaders are calling on Sanford not to divert […]

Will SF’s Leaders Turn Transport Policy Innovations Into Lasting Change?

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San Francisco was one of two cities this week to receive the Institute for Transportation and Development’s prestigious 2012 Sustainable Transport Award. No doubt, the ITDP award was well-deserved for the SFMTA’s successful implementation of the groundbreaking SFPark program, as well as the SF Planning Department’s proliferation of parklets under its Pavement to Parks program. Those efforts […]