SFBC Valet Bicycle Parking at How Weird Street Faire

"The SFBC is back at the How Weird Street Faire parking bicycles for all the freaks on the streets. This year’s theme is Bollyweird, and costumes are highly encouraged."

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SFBC Presses for Bike Access on a Piece of Geary Boulevard

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The relatively gentle grades of Geary Blvd. approaching Masonic make it the route of choice for most bicyclists in the corridor. The SFBC is working with the Transportation Authority (TA) to get a bicycle path considered for a portion of the Geary BRT project, a result of a meeting held between the two groups recently. […]

Detailed Polk Street Designs: Plans for Safe Bicycling Still “Lackluster”

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The SFMTA and the Planning Department presented detailed plans for Polk Street at the project’s final open house meeting yesterday. The new aspects include specific locations of bulb-outs, dedicated bicycle signals, left turn prohibitions, loading zones, and new trees and landscaping. Plans to improve bicycle infrastructure are still composed of a mix of protected, buffered, […]

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 […]