Welcome to the Winter 2013 Tube Times
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- Editor: Kristin Smith
- Design: Eric Tuvel
- Distribution: Brandon Fine
Get Rolling for Bike to Work Day, May 9
San Francisco has one of the best and most exciting Bike to Work Day events in the country. It’s our city’s biggest bike day of the year — and we want you there! If you’re new to bike commuting or a seasoned pro, here are 8 things you can do to celebrate this year’s Bike to Work Day.
Also in this Issue:
Connecting the City Roundup
Thanks to our amazing and active members, the Connecting the City vision is now becoming a reality. Safe, separated bikeways that welcome people ages 8-to-80 are on the ground in Golden Gate Park and in the works on Fell and Oak streets. But as is evident in the 10+years it took to get Fell and Oak bikeways underway, winning you the safe, separated bikeways you’ve asked for, and transforming our streets isn’t easy. We’ll need your help to get these projects off the ground and the bikeways you deserve on the ground. Here is an update on some of the biggest projects, and how you can help
Bike to School Week, April 22-26
This year, Bike to School Day is more than just a day — it’s an entire week! Public and private schools throughout San Francisco will be choosing a day during the week of April 22-26 for their Bike to School Day. The SF Bicycle Coalition is proud to partner with SF Safe Routes to School to get more kids “rolling” for Bike to School Week, and every week. Last year, despite the rain, nearly 2,000 people participated in Bike to School Day. And this year we’re expecting even more!
A DIY Guide for Improving Your Commute
In our 40+ years of bicycle advocacy, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has helped implement countless processes to make it easier for you to make improvements on your street and in your neighborhood. Want to know how to get a bike rack or corral, report unsafe biking conditions or make an intersection safer? We’ve made it simple. Here’s a DIY Guide for improving your city and your commute