Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Active Transportation

Caltrans District 4 Pedestrian and Bicycle Coordinator Sergio Ruiz talks to attendees at an open house on the district bike plan. Photos: Melanie Curry/Streetsblog

Caltrans District 4 Holds Community Workshop on Bicycle Plan

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For many years, cities have refused to consider bicycle and pedestrian improvements on or across state-owned highways—which frequently run right through cities. The stated reason is that Caltrans controls those streets and won’t allow changes that might slow or impede car traffic. That’s supposed to be changing. The recent California State Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan […]
Jason Henderson, geography professor, at SFMTA/SF Planning's Lower Haight Open House. Photo: Streetsblog

Lower Haight, Page Street Open House

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Representatives from San Francisco’s Planning Department, the Municipal Transportation Agency, and Public Works were on hand last night at John Muir Elementary School to hear more public comment on the Lower Haight Public Realm Plan, a project that promises, among other things, better bike and pedestrian amenities for the neighborhood. From the Planning Department’s website about the […]