Cold temperatures, a little more than a dusting of snow, and what seems to be a completely inept storm response have paralyzed Atlanta’s freeways. The whole region is reeling. People are trapped in cars on the highways, without water or food. Stranded people are sleeping on the floors of pharmacies. Shop owners are being hailed […]
From WOBO: Walk, bike, stroll, dance, paddle and pedal the Lake. 3 miles of mostly car-free streets. Activities include salsa by the lake, food trucks (Snow Park and E 16th St), free bike rentals including tandems, tennis, gondola rides, boating, bike repair, live music, belly dancing, Taiko drumming, martial arts performances, sports games, bike rodeo, […]
From San Francisco Bike Ride Crew via Facebook: Let’s again follow the letter of the law and stop at every stop sign, as though we are cars, on our way to the Community Meeting. We will plan to get moving by 5:30. Address for Park Station: 1899 Waller St San Francisco, CA 94117
@SFPDPark obviously no crackdown needed here! Looks perfectly safe, @Bob_Gunderson approved. pic.twitter.com/VrOCM1NPwj — kevin (@ku1313) June 14, 2015 In the name of “protecting life,” SFPD Park Station Captain John Sanford has promised a crackdown on people on bikes rolling through stop signs. The SF Bicycle Coalition and some neighborhood leaders are calling on Sanford not to divert […]
Another National Parks season is upon us — but for people who don't, can't, or simply choose not to drive, many of these natural wonders will remain firmly out of reach.
John F. Kennedy Drive in Golden Gate Park is a bit calmer since it was reconfigured for San Francisco’s first parking-protected bike lane — and a majority of people like the change, according to a preliminary report [PDF] recently released by the SF Municipal Transportation Agency. Since JFK was redesigned, average speeds are down by two […]