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Tunes4Tubes Two: SF Bicycle Coalition Fundraiser

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From SFBC: Two long-time members would like to invite you to come boogie with them at their 2nd Annual Tunes4Tubes SF Bicycle Coalition fundraiser party! Start your weekend early and check out 3 local bands — Cradle Duende, Brad Wolfe and Burnt Ends West Blues Collective. Win goodies ranging from messenger bags and bike locks […]

Transit and Your Health

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From SFBC: How do your transit choices impact your health? Come out and hear about the health benefits of Transit Oriented Development as well as tips for taking advantage of the 325 miles of completed Bay Trail and ideas for car-free Bay Area adventures. Special thanks to Sports Basement for hosting the event and providing refreshments […]

Learning from the Netherlands

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From SFBC: Join Leah Shahum, Executive Director of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, David Chiu, Board of Supervisor’s President, and Bart Van Bolhuis, Consul General for the Netherlands, as they share lessons from living and studying the extraordinary bicycling experience of Amsterdam. How can SF catch up with the widespread demand for improvements and connect […]

SFBC and MTC Debut New SF Bike Mapper

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The SF Bike Mapper with street gradient, Bike to Work Day Commuter Convoy location, and Hayes Valley businesses participating in the "I Bike SF" campaign. Not to be outdone by Google Maps for bicycles or Ride the City, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition (SFBC), the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, SF Environment and the […]

This Week: The Golden Wheel Awards Honor Janette Sadik-Khan

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There aren’t many events on the calendar, but there sure is a highlight: A luminary of the livable streets world is coming to town for the SF Bicycle Coalition’s Golden Wheel Awards. Also, the Bicycle Music Festival fills the streets once again with some live, mobile beats. Tuesday: The SFMTA Board of Directors is set to hear […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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Put on your planning hat this week and join SPUR for several discussions about affordability issues and promoting economic vitality in the city. Then, hop on your bike for the last Gas-Free Friday. Here are this week’s highlights: Tuesday: SPUR Evening Symposium: Communities for Aging: Strategies for urban living for seniors. San Francisco often tops […]