SFBC Service Station: Fell and Masonic

"Even with a bicycle traffic signal, drivers are still illegally turning left onto Masonic, endangering cyclists and pedestrians using the Panhandle path. The SF Bicycle Coalition is ramping up a campaign to push the San Francisco Police Department to step up their officer education over cyclist rights and increase enforcement city-wide to make sure cyclists and pedestrians are safe."


A Safer Masonic on the Way

Wednesday evening some 130 local residents and other interested parties dropped in at the San Francisco Day School to learn about the construction phase of SFMTAs Masonic Avenue Streetscape Project. To quote SFMTA’s own release about the project: With construction starting in June 2016, the Masonic Avenue Streetscape Project is an effort to improve safety for […]

MTA Mulls Scenarios for Moving Bike Plan Forward

The MTA is considering a number of scenarios for moving the Bicycle Plan forward when the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) is finalized and the bike injunction lifted.  One being discussed is a rare joint meeting of the Planning Commission and MTA Board with an appearance by Mayor Gavin Newsom to certify and adopt the EIR […]

Fix Masonic Meeting

"Fix Masonic is a community coalition working to improve Masonic Ave. for residents, pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists. Fix Masonic was a key ally in getting the Fell & Masonic bike signal installed and is continuing to plan for future Traffic Calming."

In Copenhagen, Motoring on Cyclists’ Terms

Today on the Network, Copenhagenize takes a look at a proposal that shakes up the traditional “complete street” concept. As presented in a municipal “idea catalogue,” the plan is to redesign Copenhagen’s Vestergade as a “bicycle street,” where cyclists and pedestrians come first, and motor vehicle traffic is the second-tier mode. The entire road will be turned […]