SFBC Treehouse Talk: Family Biking in SF

"Come and learn about the new SF Safe Routes to School Program with Program Coordinator Jason Serafino-Agar and share your thoughts and innovations on the topic of "What is it like to family bike in SF?" Children are welcome!"


Today’s Headlines

Mayor Lee Threatens to Veto Bike Yield Law (SF Exam) Another Chronicle Op-Ed in Support of Bike Yield Law SFPD Searching for Cadilac Driver Who Hit Bicyclist Twice (SFist) Development Impact Fee Could Generate Millions for Muni (SF Exam) VTA Advisory Committee Recommends Against El Camino Real Bus Lanes (Merc) Governor Signs “Yellow Alert” Bill […]
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SPUR Talk: Scratching Away at the Housing Crisis

Yesterday evening the San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR) held a panel discussion about efforts to provide housing for families. The presentation, held at their downtown SF location, also doubled as a rally supporting legislation from Supervisor Katy Tang of District 4 (Sunset/Parkside), called Home-SF, which aims to increase the amount of work-force […]

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

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 Board Repeals Sunday Parking Meters

The SFMTA Board of Directors today caved to pressure from Mayor Ed Lee by removing Sunday parking meters, a move folded into its approval of the agency’s two-year budget. The Sunday meter reversal was supported by all but one of the SFMTA’s board members, who are appointed by the mayor. Board member Cristina Rubke said she […]