Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Bicycle Plan

Google “Bike Vision” in Limbo After Mountain View Rejects Office Expansion

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Google’s “Bike Vision Plan” [PDF], which calls for a network of bike-friendly streets in and around its Mountain View campus, may not become a reality if the Mountain View City Council rejects the company’s plans to expand office space. On May 5, the council approved just one office building, at Landings Avenue, and held off on approval of the other three […]

Long-Delayed Polk Contra-Flow Protected Bike Lane Jumpstarted by DPW

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In a surprising development, the Department of Public Works broke ground today on a contra-flow, protected bike lane on the two southernmost blocks of Polk Street, from Market to Grove Streets (at City Hall), which are currently one-way southbound. By Bike to Work Day, two of the city’s busiest bicycling streets are expected to be […]