The proposal for San Francisco’s first green bike lane on Fell Street is quickly rolling forward. This project is a bold solution to the dangerous conditions next to the Arco Station (at Divisadero), where cars illegally block the bike lane, and needs support from people who ride this block often. If you can attend the hearing this Friday (April 2nd, 10am-12noon, City Hall Room 416) to speak up for the safety of bicyclists, email marc at sfbike.org to let him know.
The SF Bicycle Coalition has been pushing the SFMTA for years to fix the dangerous conditions at the Arco Station where motorists illegally block the bike lane at Fell Street. The SFMTA’s bold proposal will improve safety for people on bikes, and we need you to make sure the voice of bicyclists is heard at this important hearing where the proposal for the new colored pavement and potential removal of seven on-street parking spots will be discussed. We are expecting a few neighbors to oppose this parking removal; this is why it is so important to have SF Bicycle Coalition members and supporters there to speak up to show that the project’s safety improvements are essential for people on bikes. If you can add your voice to help improve safety along Fell Street on Friday morning, RSVP to Marc now!