Bike the Vote

This year, San Francisco faces a critical turning point at the ballot box. Existing gaps and inequities in our transportation system and a growing population means our elected officials, and residents, have to make some clear choices about transportation policies and funding — choices that will decide what kind of city San Francisco will become.

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Transportation Ballot Measures

In addition to the five members of the SF Board of Supervisors up for re-election, there are three transportation-related ballot measures being proposed that will have a huge impact on our streets.

  • Proposition A provides $500 million dollars to comprehensively improve our transportation network, making it safer and more reliable. Yes on A!
  • Proposition B will also provide critically-needed transportation funding by linking it to population growth, a common-sense approach. Yes on B!
  • Proposition L supporters say they want to roll back our transportation policy to the way it was “before all the bike lanes”. No on L!

Besides voting, the most important thing you can do to help save our streets is to get involved. Click below to learn how to get involved!

Volunteer Opportunities! Polling Place & Sample Ballot Lookup

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Our Candidate Slate for 2014

The Board of Supervisors decide on many bike issues, including bike projects in their neighborhood and bike funding in the City budget. Getting bike-friendly Supervisors in these Districts is key to the success of our bike network and Connecting the City. We are proud to endorse the following candidates for the SF Board of Supervisors and BART Board of Directors for the November 4 election:

Find Your District

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Register to Vote

Not a voter? No worries! You can register to vote right now online through the California Online Voter Registration Website (Spanish version available). You may also request a Voter Registration card by calling the SF Department of Elections at 415-554-4411 or filling out their online form or pick one up at the Department of Elections (City Hall), any public library branches, some City offices, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and post offices. Already registered to vote? Take a couple of minutes to lookup and confirm all your information is up to date.

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