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Shifting Direction, SFMTA Brings Bay Area Bike Share to New Neighborhoods

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The next 15 Bay Area Bike Share stations to be rolled out in San Francisco won’t fill in the system’s existing downtown footprint as originally planned — instead, planners have decided it’s time to bring the system out to neighborhoods like the Mission, the Castro, Hayes Valley, and Mission Bay sooner than expected. Although the […]
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Citi Bike Debuts in New York City!

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SF editor’s note: With Bay Area Bike-Share set to launch in August, this new Streetfilm documenting New York City’s bike-share launch yesterday gives us a preview of what’s to come. Details about Bay Area Bike-Share will be unveiled at an SFMTA open house this Thursday. Memorial Day 2013 marked a milestone in NYC transportation history: […]

Meet Bay Area Bike Share

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Update 4:53 p.m.: The SFMTA just launched a bike-share station crowdsourcing map (using, we should note, a tool from OpenPlans, Streetsblog’s parent organization). The agency wants “people’s comments on where they would like to see Bay Area Bike Share stations as well as what they think of the initial 35 station locations,” said spokesperson Ben Jose. It’s probably […]

This Week: Bike-Share Unveiled, Designing a Plaza on Barlett

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Get your first look at Bay Area Bike-Share this Thursday at an open house held by the SF Municipal Transportation Agency. Mission residents can also take part in a community workshop Wednesday evening on transforming a block of Bartlett Street into a people-friendly plaza. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Wednesday: Bartlett Mercado […]