Over two-thirds of the space on Columbus Avenue is devoted primarily to cars, yet only one-third of the people on the street are typically in automobiles. That’s according to a 2010 study of how to improve the design of Columbus, in which residents and transportation planners came to the conclusion that North Beach’s thoroughfare needs […]
Wednesday evening is your chance to weigh in on the location of the next 15 Bay Area Bike Share stations. Also this week: SPUR looks at the future of car ownership, the SFMTA holds a forum on the possible end of free parking for disabled placard holders, and the SF Bicycle Coalition takes a ride with D4 […]
From SFBC: Join fellow members at our monthly Central City Committee Meeting, encompassing the Tenderloin and SOMA, to discuss the most important projects and strategies in the area like Polk Street and Folsom Avenue. Must be a SF Bicycle Coalition Member.
From SFBC: Join the SF Planning Department and Chinatown Community Development Center for the third and final community meeting to discuss improvements to Broadway between Columbus Avenue to the Broadway Tunnel. See http://broadway.sfplanning.org for more background and information from the first two community workshops. The final preferred design will be presented and you can weigh in on […]
From SFBC: The Balboa Park Community Advisory Committee (CAC) meets regularly to discuss issues in the neighborhoods and streets surrounding the Balboa Park Station. This month’s agenda includes updates regarding the many projects in the area as well as a community discussion with Supervisor Norman Yee. He will be going over: a. Vision and programming of […]
The SFMTA has released a draft list of the 68 street segments it’s looking to include in the next wave of improvements to the city’s bicycle network [PDF]. The SF Bicycle Coalition mapped out the list and is asking its members to weigh in on a survey about which streets should take top priority. The SFMTA’s […]