SFBC Member Meeting: The Next Wave of Bike Projects

From SFBC:

The SFMTA has proposed a list of new bike projects for San Francisco. We invite all San Francisco Bicycle Coalition members to stop by our office to weigh in on the list of projects: what do you like? what’s missing? what should change? This is a rare moment for biking in San Francisco. Be a part of shaping the future of biking in SF. This is an open house-style event; stop by at any point between 5 and 7 pm.

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