SFBC Info Walk: Panhandle Bike Path

From SFBC:

Have you ever found yourself wondering how the Panhandle came to be the great bike path it is today? Have you ever wondered what Oak and Fell Street used to look like 30, 50, or 100 years ago? Find out the history of the Panhandle area and how it relates to biking, walking, and driving and learn what the SF Bicycle Coalition and neighbors have in store to make it even better! Join us for a walk and talk.

ALSO ON STREETSBLOG

The crossing to the Panhandle bike path was closed yesterday, photo tweeted by Snider

Panhandle Path Closed Yesterday?

|
A quick note about a twitter kerfuffle from last night over a closure to the Panhandle bike path. This involved San Francisco Bicycle Coalition member Elisabeth Snider, who lives in the Sunset and uses the path regularly. Upon seeing the closure of this essential transportation link for cyclists, Snider tweeted 311 with the above photo for […]

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 […]

Bike the Block!

|
"Join North Panhandle neighbors for an SFBC-sponsored all-bike, car-free splurge for kids and adults featuring the SFBC’s Freedom from Training Wheels, YBIKE’s skills training course, bike decorating, bike service station, electric bike demo, bike trailer show’n’tell, the irresistible fun-cycle for rides through NOPA, and free raffle for Mojo Bicycle Café t-shirts. 3-hours of non-stop bike […]

Neighborhood Outreach Continues for Fell and Oak Bikeways

|
Fourteen years of community-driven efforts to improve conditions on Fell and Oak Streets around the Panhandle are finally paying off. The outreach continues on a vision for separated bikeways that would provide San Franciscans safe access to the flattest route connecting the western neighborhoods to areas east while making the neighborhood more livable for residents and businesses. […]