SF Board of Supervisors Meeting

Agenda

Of note:

1. 1307671 [Comprehensive Bicycle Theft Prevention and Recovery Policy]

Sponsors: Mar; Breed, Campos and Chiu

Resolution urging for the creation of a comprehensive bicycle theft prevention and recovery policy for the Municipal Transportation Agency to develop and quickly implement short and medium term strategies to greatly expand bicycle parking in San Francisco; and for the Police Department to standardize best practices and implement a voluntary bicycle registration program.

ALSO ON STREETSBLOG

SF Board of Supervisors Neighborhood Services and Safety Committee Meeting

|
Agenda [PDF] Of note: 1. 130767 [Comprehensive Bicycle Theft Prevention and Recovery Policy] Sponsors: Mar; Breed, Campos and Chiu Resolution urging for the creation of a comprehensive bicycle theft prevention and recovery policy for the Municipal Transportation Agency to develop and quickly implement short and medium term strategies to greatly expand bicycle parking in San Francisco; and for […]

SF Bicycle Coalition Energizer Station

|
From SFBC: The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is trying to get the city to fix one of the scariest parts of biking for thousands of San Franciscans: the three blocks of Fell and Oak Street between Scott and Baker. Trained Bicycle Ambassadors will be out with energizing coffee and snacks and talking to neighbors and […]

Pleasant Hill Bicycle Plan Public Meeting #2

|
From EBBC: Since the first meeting back in September, the City has reviewed public input and conducted field analysis on many of the City arterials, collectors, and local streets. From those information, they have developed a citywide bicycle and pedestrian route network that they believe will address many of the public’s concerns and suggestions. The […]

Board of Supervisors Committee Considers Vision Zero

|
Agenda [PDF] Of Note: 2.  140047 [Implement a VISION ZERO Three Point Plan: Engineering, Education, and Enforcement] Sponsors: Kim; Avalos, Yee, Chiu and Mar Resolution urging the Mayor, the Chief of Police, and Director of the Municipal Transportation Agency to adopt a VISION ZERO Three Point Plan to expedite the goals of San Francisco’s Pedestrian […]

Pedaling the Peninsula: a Regional Bike Share

|
From SPUR: A regional pilot program led by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD), in partnership with the SFMTA, Caltrain and the Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), will deploy 1,000 bicycles regionally in summer 2012 at up to 100 stations along the Peninsula transportation corridor. Agencies from throughout the region will implement this pilot program […]