Sagamore-Sickles bike lanes
another link for better biking
The Sagamore and Sickles bike lanes were installed by the SFMTA in June 2011 and connect existing bike lanes on Alemany Boulevard and Brotherhood Way in the southwest corner of town. These bike lanes and others are helping thousands and San Franciscans access homes, work, and attractions like Lake Merced and the Zoo.
Voice your support for the Sagamore and Sickles bike lanes.
Send an email to Supervisor Supervisor Sean Elsbernd and MTA Sustainable Streets Director Bond Yee today to voice your support for the Portola Drive 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 Sean.Elsbernd@sfgov.org, Bond.Yee@sfmta.com, and CC Neal@sfbike.org:
The Sagamore and Sickles bike lanes are part of a plan which will add over 30 miles of new bike lanes across San Francisco
To stay up to date on projects to create more safe and comfortable bikeways, become a member today and help support better biking in San Francisco! SF Bike Route 98.
Project Designs and Drawings
MTA's project material (Acrobat PDF files):
Thanks to the huge support from SF Bike Coalition, this is one of the 45 new projects that won unanimous approval on June 26th!The city will be installing these bike projects in the coming years to help improve the City-wide Bike Network. To stay up to date on when this project will be striped, become a member today!