Potrero-Bayshore bike lanes
another link for better biking
The Potrero Avenue bike lanes help to further connect the Mission, Bayview and Portola neighborhoods, and this recent project is one block of bike lane approaching and leaving the 101/Bayshore intersection, commonly called the Hairball. With existing bike lanes on Potrero Avenue and other upcoming projects on Cesar Chavez and a Planning Department study of the Hairball, the SF Bicycle Coalition is working to improve this crosstown biking link.
Voice your support for the Potrero Avenue bike lanes.
Send an email to Supervisor David Campos and MTA Sustainable Streets Director Bond Yee today to voice your support for the Potrero Avenue bike lanes. Your voice will help show the huge demand for better biking in San Francisco and help bring more projects like it.
You can use the text below as a guide, and email to firstname.lastname@example.org, Bond.Yee@sfmta.com, and CC Neal@sfbike.org:
The Potrero Avenue bike lanes are part of a plan which will add over 30 miles of new bike lanes across San Francisco
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