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This Week: Transbay Center Meeting and East Bay Bike Party

12:22 PM PDT on August 6, 2012

This week, the BART Bicycle Task Force reviews the first day of the rush hour bikes-on-board pilot, Transbay Center staff holds a public meeting on upcoming construction, and the East Bay Bike Party draws us in with a Sharpie Ride.

Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar:

    • MondayBART Bicycle Task Force Meeting. On the agenda is an early review of BART's rush hour bikes-on-board pilot following Friday's well-received kickoff. The pilot continues through the next four Fridays. 6 p.m.
    • WednesdayTransbay Center Construction Activities Community Meeting. The Transbay Joint Powers Authority invites the public to learn about upcoming Transbay Center construction and street closures, and to provide input. 12 noon.
    • FridaySFMTA Policy and Governance Committee. The committee will discuss a recent Controller's audit of the parking enforcement division, which listed ways to improve its efficiency. Also on the agenda is a review of the SFMTA's on-street parking policies, with the goal of encouraging "travel by sustainable modes of transportation" and making "more fact-based parking management decisions." 9 a.m.
    • Also FridayEast Bay Bike Party: Sharpie Ride. Bring your favorite marker and your least-favorite white t-shirt to this month's East Bay Bike Party, starting at Rockridge BART. Compete in an art scavenger hunt while biking around Oakland and Berkeley, "preparing you for a future where fun is defined by being drawn on by your friends." 7:30 p.m.

Keep an eye on the calendar for updated listings. Got an event we should know about? Drop us a line.

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