SFBC Rec Ride: North by Northwest by Bike

From SFBC:

The streets in the northwest corner of San Francisco are getting friendlier for biking and walking in ways both subtle and dramatic. Come out and take a rolling look at what’s sprouting on the streets of the great northwest, and learn how it’s happening, thanks to the work of public agencies and active citizens like yourself.

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SFBC Survey Ride: North by Northwest by Bike

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From SF Bicycle Coalition: The streets in the northwest corner of San Francisco are getting friendlier for biking and walking in ways both subtle and dramatic — parklets, traffic circles, wider bike lanes, new bike lanes, multiuse paths, raised crosswalks, bulbouts, smooth pavement, and much more are arriving in the Richmond District and upper Presidio […]

SFBC Survey Ride: North by Northwest by Bike

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From SFBC: There’s a 40-year history of traffic calming and “neighborhood protecting” in the Richmond District, with some dramatic bumps along the way. It’s a fascinating and instructive struggle that continues to affect biking and walking on streets all across the city. Come out on this survey ride to hear stories of how neighbors and […]

SFMTA: Polk Street Walking Tours & Design Charrette

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From SFBC: Connecting the City from City Hall to Aquatic Park Imagery Courtesy of ©WoodsBagot Polk Street connects thousands of San Franciscans to work, school, the waterfront and thriving commercial corridors from Market Street to the Bay. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has a vision for a street with a separated bikeway, calmed traffic and […]

This Week: Take a Bike Tour of the Richmond’s Changing Streets

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This week, SPUR hosts a forum with updates on high-speed rail, the SFMTA considers bike lanes on part of the Great Highway, East Bay Bike Party hosts a superhero ride, and the SF Bicycle Coalition leads an exploration of the Richmond District and the upper Presidio. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Thursday: SPUR Lunchtime […]

SF Planning Department Walking Tour: Randall and Mission Streets

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From the SF Planning Department: Please join us for a walking tour of the Randall Street and Mission Streetintersection to understand and discuss the current challenges to pedestrian safety. Contact: Mission Public Life Plan Phone: (415) 575-9086 More Info: http://missionpublicsfplanning.org Location Details Meet at Mission Street and Randall Street (Northwest corner). San Francisco California 94110