SFBC Outreach – Connecting the City: Fell and Oak Streets

From SFBC:

Share the Connecting the City vision for catching up with the demand for improvements on this popular route. If you’re a SF Bicycle Coalition Bicycle Ambassador and have attended outreach training and want to see Fell and Oak Streets transformed emailTessa@sfbike.org to volunteer

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SFMTA, Newsom Support Study of Protected Oak and Fell Bike lanes

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During routine business at the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board meeting Tuesday, Director Cheryl Brinkman recounted how enjoyable it was to ride her bicycle on the new physically separated bike lane on Division Street between 9th and 11th Streets. Brinkman said she hoped the SFMTA would consider how it could improve the connection for […]

Alamo Square Neighborhood Association Meeting

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From SFBC: Please join your Alamo Square neighbors, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition at this regular neighborhood group meeting. The SFMTA will introduce the Fell and Oak Street Separated Bikeway project and the SF Bicycle Coalition will present our Connecting the City vision and what it means for Alamo […]

Inner Sunset Park Neighbors Meeting

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From SFBC: If you live in the Inner Sunset, come to this regular monthly meeting to talk in depth about biking in the neighborhood and about upcoming projects on JFK Drive and Fell and Oak Streets. The SF Bicycle Coalition will also be sharing our Connecting the City vision and discussing opportunities to improve biking […]

Neighborhood Outreach Continues for Fell and Oak Bikeways

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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. […]

SFMTA’s Livable Streets Team Plucks Neal Patel From SFBC

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Neal Patel will be leaving his position as planning director at the SF Bicycle Coalition to join the SF Municipal Transportation Agency’s Livable Streets team, bringing his talents in community outreach to city government. Patel said the details on his position at the SFMTA are still taking shape, but that he’ll be working on pedestrian, bicycle, and […]