|1) Dramatically expand and improve the Citywide Bike Network by
- Winning city approval and implementation of the Bike Plan;
- Building strong and diverse community & political support for the complete Bike Network;
- Improving the existing Network through better City maintenance and innovative bike facility improvements;
- Reforming the City's process for analyzing bicycle & pedestrian projects for faster & more equitable actions;
- Advance livable streets movement by launching & leading Great Streets Campaign.
- Win approval of Final Bike Plan EIR, and Bike Plan itself, by mid-2009;
- Win legislative approval of at least many, if not all, Bike Network projects and implementation, incorporating some innovative bike facility treatments (e.g. separated bikeways, colored bike right-of-way, bike boxes, etc.);
- Make significant progress in city- & community-supported plan for major Market St. improvements for biking, including momentum for & commitment to fewer cars and separated bikeways;
- Win resurfacing of multiple important bike routes and a higher prioritization of bike routes in future resurfacing and patching schedules;
- Win Planning Commission approval of improved environmental review standards of bike & pedestrian projects
|2) Establish new bike parking at needed locations
- Win hundreds of new bike racks on sidewalks & in parks;
- Win on-street bike parking corrals throughout the city;
- Win at least 100 new bike parking spots at places of employment, government buildings, schools, transit stations, Ferry Building Farmers Market.
|3) Increase and diversify education of drivers and bicyclists
- Incorporate strong education program on bicycling for frequent drivers of taxicabs, Muni buses, carshare vehicles, delivery trucks;
- Expand the adult Bike Ed class, while adding multilingual classes & more specialized education outreach for both younger & older audiences. Aim to reach 700+ adults and 100+ youth with education programs.
|4) Increase membership retention and member engagement
- Increase annual member retention to 70% (65% in 2008)
- Increase member volunteerism to 12% (10% of members volunteered in 2008)