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Streetsblog Social Wednesday/Please Donate

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Don’t forget: Wednesday, Dec. 12 is the Streetsblog holiday party. It’s at Dalva, 3121 16th Street, San Francisco, from 7 to 9 p.m. It’s a short walk from 16th Street/Mission BART. Melanie Curry, Roger Rudick, and friends will be at the rear of the bar, aka “The Hideout.” Come meet your favorite Streetsbloggers and relax […]
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This Week: SFBC Volunteer night, Temescal bike lanes, and Streetsblog Party!

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Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday San Francisco Bicycle Coalition Volunteer Night. Stop by, chat with fellow members, and work together on group office tasks. Dinner is provided. Tuesday, Dec. 11, 5 p.m., SF Bicycle Coalition, 1720 Market, S.F. Tuesday Oakland City Council Hearing on Temescal/Telegraph. After 20 years of effort, one of the East Bay’s […]
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This Week: Hearst Bikeway, Bike Lanes on Telegraph, Bike Lanes on Valencia

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Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday/tonight! Hearst Avenue Bikeway Upgrade Public Meeting. This project includes improvements to pavement conditions as well as Complete Streets safety treatments for people walking, bicycling, and driving. The project will stretch from Milvia Street to Shattuck Avenue and close a gap in the city’s low-stress bikeway network. Monday/tonight! Dec. 3, […]
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This Week: Learn from Tokyo, Light up the Night, Priced Out

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Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday More to Learn from Tokyo. Tokyo, as a high-tech, globally connected waterfront city that contends with frequent earthquakes, is a fascinating counterpoint to the Bay Area. It has one of the world’s best transportation systems and has built enough housing to remain affordable. Come hear about a […]
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This Week: Urban Films, Momentum, Valencia

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Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday/tonight! Infrastructure for Equity. The San Francisco Urban Film Festival continues with a screening of films selected from international and local submissions, including the Swiss filmmaker Zoel Aeschbacher’s narrative short “Bonobo” and local filmmaker Serghino Roosblad’s documentary film about Oakland’s MacArthur Maze, followed by a discussion. Tuesday/tonight!, […]