Tube Times

The Tube Times is the quarterly print magazine of the SF Bicycle Coalition. Delivered to current SF Bicycle Coalition members, and available at bike shops across the city.

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The Summer 2015 Tube Times is Here

This edition is jam-packed with stories about Bay Area Bike Share’s massive expansion, the history and future of Market Street, community building in Bayview-Hunters Point and so much more. Download the PDF, or check out some of the highlighted Tube Times stories below.

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Market St: Now’s the Time to Dream Big

Market Street is on the verge of a long-overdue renaissance. Dreams of a modern, vibrant, accessible and safe Market Street have tantalized San Franciscans for over 100 years. In this article, learn the past, present and future of Market Street as we continue to reshape our city’s downtown corridor.

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Building Bikes and Community in Bayview-Hunters Point

We continue to build lasting coalitions that are responsive to our members and the needs of San Francisco’s neighborhoods. That includes the areas where building safer streets for locals has been an afterthought for policymakers, like Bayview-Hunters Point. Here’s what we’re working on, and who we’re working with in BVHP.

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A One-Woman Mission to End Double-Parking in Bike Lanes

San Francisco Bicycle Coalition Member Dara Kosberg arrives at Caltrain by bicycle daily, and has had just about enough of drivers double-parking in the bike lanes on Townsend, which is one of the top 10 locations of double-parking violations in the city. So we caught up with Dara to asking what she’s doing about it…

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2015 Bike Commuter of the Year: Rheema Calloway

Rheema Calloway was chosen as the San Francisco Bike Commuter of the Year because in the span of just two years, she went from not owning a bike to bicycling to work every day, speaking out for access to bikes for low-income youth, and becoming an active member of a collective of women of color who ride together and promote biking.

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