This Week: Supes Take a Second Look at 8 Washington

This week, the SF Board of Supervisors revisits the 8 Washington project, the SF Bike Party heads back to the 60’s, the SF Bike Coalition takes a survey ride on the parking-protected bike lanes in GG Park, and Sunday Streets hits NoPa, the Western Addition, and the Fillmore.

Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar:

  • TuesdaySFMTA Board Meeting. The board is expected to approve bike lanes and traffic calming measures along Ortega Street in the Outer Sunset, which passes Sunset Elementary and AP Giannini Middle School. 1 p.m.
  • Also TuesdaySF Board of Supervisors Meeting. On the agenda is a hearing for the board’s re-vote on the 8 Washington project — speak up if you want to see less traffic-inducing car parking on the Embarcadero. 2 p.m.
  • WednesdaySVBC: The State of Bicycle Planning in the South Bay. Join San José Bike/Ped Program Coordinator John Brazil for this tour of the city’s newest downtown bike projects, then park at Faber’s Cyclery for a discussion on “bicycle planning opportunities and barriers” with local experts and city staff. 6:30 p.m.
  • FridaySF Bike Party: Summer of Love Ride. Relive San Francisco in the 1960’s or bring your own new spin to the Summer of Love on this cycle-delic ride through the city. 7:30 p.m.
  • SundaySunday Streets: Western Addition/NoPa. Sunday Streets will grace the Western Addition this weekend, bringing lots of car-free activities from the Panhandle to the Fillmore. The route will be a bit different this year, running along Fulton by Alamo Square and on Fillmore Street ending at Geary Boulevard. 11 a.m.
  • Next Monday: SFBC JFK Drive Survey Ride. The SF Bicycle Coalition will take a survey bike ride along the city’s first parking-protected bikeway on John F. Kennedy Drive in Golden Gate Park to get feedback on the project from the people who use it. 6 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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