SFBC: JFK Drive Survey Ride

From SFBC:

The SF Bicycle Coalition invites our members on a survey bike ride of JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park. The city’s first parking-protected bikeway, which aims to make biking easier and safer for the growing number of people who are biking and want to bike more, has now been in the ground for three months, and is ripe for analysis. While the changes on JFK Drive settle in, the SF Bicycle Coalition wants to get your direct feedback on what you like and what needs to be improved. This ride will meet at Fell and Masonic at 6pm and end at JFK Drive at Transverse drive at 7pm. All members are encouraged to join. Please contact Neal Patel, Community Planner (neal@sfbike.org) with any questions.

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