SF Bicycle Coalition Street Analysts Training

From SFBC:

Volunteer to help count people biking and walking on some of the key Connecting the City routes to help inform how a bikeways and other projects can change the character of a street for both people on foot or on bike. Volunteers are needed for three shifts the following week, and will need to attend this fun, and short interactive training. Sign-up to volunteer and attend the training:sfbike.org/analysts

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SF Bicycle Coalition Street Analysts Training

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From SFBC: Volunteer to help count people biking and walking on some of the key Connecting the City routes to help inform how a bikeways and other projects can change the character of a street for both people on foot or on bike. Volunteers are needed for three shifts the following week, and will need […]

Sunday Streets: The Mission

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