Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Bicycle Parking

Civic Center Bike Station Delayed Another Year, Riders Left Crossing Fingers

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The bike station that was supposed to be installed at Civic Center Station in June won’t come for at least another year, according to BART Bike Program Manager Steve Beroldo. No word yet on what’s caused the delay, but Beroldo said the station hasn’t even been fully designed yet (it’s at “95 percent”). BART does […]

Maker Faire: A Model for Encouraging Car-Free Transportation to Big Events

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The runaway success of Maker Faire, the annual San Mateo festival that celebrates do-it-yourself technology and crafts, has led organizers to get creative in encouraging attendees to come without a car and avert a traffic mess. Since Maker Faire’s debuted in 2006, organizers have developed a model program for managing traffic demand for the growing number of attendees […]

Planning Commission Approves Higher Bike Parking Requirements

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New buildings in San Francisco will be required to provide more secure bike parking under legislation approved by the Planning Commission yesterday. The ordinance is expected to be approved by the Board of Supervisors next month. As we reported in December, the ordinance will overhaul bike parking requirements for new residential and commercial buildings citywide, […]