Fell & Oak Protected Bike Lanes Celebration

From SFBC:

We’re celebrating the completion of the Fell and Oak Protected Bike Lanes! The SF Bicycle Coalition will be present along with community leaders, Ed Reiskin from the SF Municipal Transportation Agency and Supervisor London Breed to formally announce the opening of these bike lanes just in time for this year’s Bike to Work Day on Thursday, May 14.

More details to come.

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