SF Bicycle Coalition and Green Connections Discussion

From SFBC:

If you’ve ever experienced Berkeley’s bike boulevards or Portland’s neighborhood greenways and wanted to bring them to your street in San Francisco, please come to the SF Bicycle Coalition office for a discussion of how to get started.

The SF Bicycle Coalition will be presenting an overview of what San Francisco and other cities have done in the past and present some of our work through our Connecting the City Campaign. The Green Connections team from the Planning Department will also be presenting their draft Citywide network of Green Connections, which includes some potential neighborhood greenways, as well as a toolkit to guide their design.

We want to hear from SF Bicycle Coalition members on what features of calmer neighborhood streets you like most and where you want to see them. Email Neal@sfbike.org if you have any questions.

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