At Long Last, Bike-Share Stations Have Begrimed San Francisco

Post and Kearny. Photo: Cheryl Brinkman

Feast your eyes: downtown San Francisco has officially been begrimed by Bay Area Bike Share stations. Crews began installing them yesterday in preparation for the five-city launch Thursday of next week.

The SFMTA’s Livable Streets team has a photo album going on its Facebook page. If you spot any more, feel free to post pictures in our comments section. The station map may come in handy.

Embarcadero and Vallejo. Photo: ##https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.579714772067640.1073741828.129234557115666&type=1##SFMTA Livable Streets/Facebook##

Commercial and Montgomery Streets. Photo: ##https://twitter.com/teetwochan/status/369546012915814400/photo/1##@tweetwochan/Twitter##
Washington and Kearny Streets. Photo: ##https://twitter.com/SFBayBikeShare/status/369599281033797634/photo/1##@SFBayBikeShare/Twitter##
Sweet unwrapping. Photo: ##https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.579714772067640.1073741828.129234557115666&type=1##SFMTA Livable Streets/Facebook##

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