The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition urgently needs your contribution today to mobilize our members and build public support for protected bikeways on Market Street, 2nd Street, Polk Street, Masonic Avenue and other important connections.
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On December 9, the SFMTA held its first joint hearing with the Small Business Commission to discuss the impacts of transportation planning on small businesses. One of the key topics: the impact of bik...read more
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) released its 2013 Bicycle Count Report today, which shows that the number of people biking in San Francisco increased a dramatic 96% since 200...read more
Community leaders from the Central City SRO Collaborative speak about the importance of funding biking improvements in the Tenderloin and Central City at the Budget Committee hearing. At a Board of Su...read more
As we extend our advocacy efforts to make corridors like Oakdale Avenue safer for biking, we have been told time and time again how the lack of community bike shops (like theÂ Bike Kitchen and theÂ SF...read more
On October 18, Cheng Jin Lai, 78, was tragically hit and killed by the operator of a Muni bus while biking at Division and Bryant Streets. Mr. Lai was the fourth person this year to be killed biking i...read more
Last month, 78-year-old Cheng Jin Lai was tragically hit and killed while biking at the poorly designed and dangerous intersection of 11th and Division Streets. Mr. Lai was the fourth person this year...read more
Results of a new independent poll of San Francisco voters, conducted by David Binder Research and released today, show strong support for City leaders to encourage more biking in San Francisco, includ...read more
Today, the BART Board of Directors voted unanimously to lift the bike blackout period permanently, opening all day access for bikes and removing a key obstacle to regional travel. "Today's BART de...read more
Thank you to the more than 600 people who have sent letters to Mayor Lee over the last few days, as well as attended our on-street action station yesterday morning and the Folsom Street Pilot Communit...read more
San Francisco's most dangerous intersection is one step closer to safety. The long-awaited right turn enforcement camera will finally be installed at Market and Octavia on November 1, catching drive...read more