Fix Fell/Oak – Arco/BP Shut Down Party

After wading through the official bureaucratic process for over a year with mediocre results, citizen activists decided to fix a section of Fell Street where motorists have blocked the bike lane for 10 years to enter the ARCO gas station.

Come out every Friday 5:30pm at Divisadero and Fell Streets in San Francisco to protect cyclists from motorists blocking the bicycle lane.


Speak Up! Fell Street Green Bike Lane Hearing

"The MTA has proposed San Francisco’s first green bike lane on Fell Street between Scott Street and Divisadero. For years, the Arco gas station has been a dangerous point for people on bikes, and the city is moving to fix it. We need SF Bike Coalition members to come speak in support of the project […]

A20 Event: Fix Fell “Bike Spill”

"For the 11th straight week, protesters will return to the embattled Arco station- owned by BP- at the corner of Fell and Divisadero Streets in San Francisco.  Their simple demand – that the City of San Francisco place the safety of all road users above free private motor vehicle storage and convenient access to cheap […]

Fell Street Arco Bike Lane Might See Improvements Soon

Click to enlarge. Proposed changes to Fell St. bike lane, soft-hit posts in red. The MTA might have a solution for the dangerous conditions at the Fell Street Arco gas station, where motorists queueing up to buy gas routinely block the bike lane and force cyclists to navigate between bumpers or try their hand a […]

Yet Another T(weak) to Fell Street Arco Bike Lane

The new arrows to instruct drivers to queue earlier. Photo: Michael Helquist. Michael Helquist at Bike NOPA has another update to the Fell Street Arco bike lane saga. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) has striped new arrows in the curbside lane that they hope will compel drivers to move out of the bike […]

SFMTA Implements Changes at Fell Street ARCO, But Is It Better?

A cyclist is forced to squeeze between two cars waiting to get into the ARCO station. An all-too-frequent occurrence that is still happening despite the SFMTA’s new configuration. Photos by Bryan Goebel. At the corner of Fell Street at Divisadero it’s frightening to witness the minute-by-minute close calls between drivers and cyclists on a one-way […]