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.
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