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The Oak Street protected bike lane was opened to bicycle traffic today - the SFMTA finished striping and bike traffic signals just in time to welcome commuters on Bike to Work Day tomorrow, according to the agency's Livable Streets Facebook page . Comment?
Mark Farrell and Malia Cohen emerged as the most vocal proponents of free car parking on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors at a hearing on parking meters last week. Comment?
South San Francisco opened up a section of downtown Grand Avenue to people for last year's "Streets Alive! Parks Alive!," though the event continues to mostly take place in parks. Comment?
In January 2011 , David Chiu rode on Polk Street and said the expansion of protected bikeways was his top transportation priority. Comment?
San Francisco will get its first bicycle traffic counter within the next month. The SF Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors sealed the deal yesterday on a bike counter for Market Street between Ninth and Tenth Streets. Comment?
The SF Municipal Transportation Agency brought the Market Street treatment to Fell Street yesterday, installing some plastic "safe-hit" posts along its three-block bike lane as a temporary safety measure, after the agency announced last week that concrete planters may not arrive until the end of the year . Comment?
I was recently rolling down the 14th Street bike lane when a man standing on the far side of the Guerrero Street intersection flagged down a taxi that had just passed by me. Comment?
Nearly two years after Mayor Ed Lee took a ride on Oak Street in a convoy of city officials and bike advocates, San Franciscans are still forced to mix with cars on the motorway. Comment?
While San Franciscans eagerly await the repeatedly-delayed launch of the Bay Area's small-scale bike-share pilot program , which has now been downsized to a minuscule 700 bikes , Supervisor Scott Wiener says San Francisco needs to take the initiative to move ahead and launch a "full-scale system" throughout the city by next year. Comment?
Mayor Lee will bike to City Hall on Bike to Work Day, but he refuses to make the necessary investments to put SF's bike infrastructure on par with other leading cities. Comment?
The SF Municipal Transportation Agency has mapped out a course that could make San Francisco the most bike-friendly city in the nation. Comment?
San Francisco's scarce transportation funds should be used to make streets safer for walking and biking, and to make existing Muni service more reliable before expanding it, according to city residents who were asked to choose how to prioritize public spending. Comment?
Here we present Streetsblog SF's first annual Streetsie Awards to recognize the highlights of 2012. Comment?
While there's no concrete Pedestrian Action Strategy for San Franciscans to read over yet, city officials went ahead and held a press conference today to tell the public the document is coming next month. Comment?
Bike-share in the Bay Area will now arrive no sooner than the summer of 2013, roughly a year and a half after the original launch date , according to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Comment?
One of these things is not like the others: District Attorney George GascA3n's new ad campaign would have San Franciscans believe that driving into a crosswalk full of pedestrians is no more dangerous than crossing against a signal on foot or bike. Comment?
With the launch of Streetsblog's year-end online pledge drive comes an exciting opportunity to win a sweet new bike. Comment?
The City of Oakland would apparently like to think it's doing merchants and shoppers a favor by declaring all on-street car parking free every Saturday until New Year's. Of course, parking meters were invented to encourage turnover and allow more driving customers to park near businesses. Comment?