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SFBC Bike Ride: How Does Getting Rid of Freeways Change Our Community?

3:34 PM PDT on July 27, 2015

From SFBC:

Come join our Golden Wheel keynote speaker Peter Norton, local Streetfight author Jason Henderson, and Livable City Director Tom Radulovich to talk about the impacts of freeway teardowns and traffic shrinkage on the way we all live, work, and play.

We’ll be taking a leisurely bike ride around the city, looking at some of San Francisco’s most famous freeway locations. Stops will include the Embarcadero, Hayes Valley, and many of the on and off ramps in the SOMA neighborhood.

Bike Ride With Peter Norton, author of Fighting Traffic, 
Jason Henderson, author of Streetfight, and Tom Radulovich, Livable City Director
How Does Getting Rid of Freeways Impact Our Community?
3:30pm, Friday July 31st
Departing from the bocce ball courts by the Ferry Building on the Embarcadero

The ride will end in Hayes Valley with an open-to-the-public happy hour at the Hayes Valley Biergarten.

Please RSVP if you’re able to join us!

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