SFBC New Network Route Ride: Diagonal San Francisco

"After you’ve enjoyed Sunday Street joyride, join the SF Bicycle Coalition on a relaxed ride visiting some of the newest bike lanes in town. This edition will look at new segments on Otis, Scott, and Kansas streets on a lovely trip from lower Potrero Hill to the Panhandle. We’ll also be on the lookout for new sharrows, and visit streets with bike lanes that are coming soon. Come join us for fun, slow riding, and to see the network grow!"

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Anyone who uses Townsend Street’s eastbound bike lane to commute to Caltrain is sure to run into a litany of obstacles: Taxis, shuttles, private autos, and Muni buses obliterate the poor bike lane in the fight for curb space. (Much of the curb is reserved as a taxi stand.) Sam McCandlish sent in this video, filmed by a friend of his, showing […]

Mission Street Transit Lanes: What About the Bikes?

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Earlier this week, the SFMTA sent out a release with a progress report on the “Red Lane” paint (actually, a thermoplastic adhesive) they are applying, clearly marking lanes for Muni Streetcars and buses (and taxis): Early signs indicate success. Preliminary data shows transit-only lane violations dropping by more than 50 percent on some segments of […]