From SFBC: Find out more about plans, challenges and the planning process to bridge the gap at this public workshop presenting design alternatives for a bicycle/pedestrian path project on the West Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Presentations are held at 6pm and 6:45pm.
Although still no funding source has been identified to build it
This week, see design proposals for a ped/bike path on the west span of the Bay Bridge and take evening holiday rides with the San Jose Bike Party and the SF Bike Coalition. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: The SF Board of Supervisors meets. On the agenda is an agreement with an incoming Lowe’s store […]
The original and a new temporary structure will be swapped this weekend. Photo courtesy of Caltrans. The Bay Bridge closure this weekend will be the third in four years, and drivers are starting to figure out alternatives, including taking BART, carpooling on other bridges, and simply avoiding unnecessary trips. But this year’s closure is different […]
The long-sought addition of bicycle and pedestrian access across the length of the San Francisco Bay Bridge is one step closer to fruition. Last night, engineers presented the first design proposals for a pathway for bicyclists, pedestrians and maintenance crews to the west span, but they say the funding and technical challenges that lie ahead […]
From Streetsblog contributor Janel Sterbentz: On January 27, the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) will vote on a bridge toll increase that has the potential to complete the multi-modal pathway from the East Bay to San Francisco. Now is the time for you to come to the meeting to support the West Span Bicycle Pedestrian […]