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Category: Bicycle News

Wider Sidewalks on Jones Street in San Francisco

Posted on July 24, 2020 in Bicycle News

San Francisco pedestrians and cyclists get a victory on the streets. In fact, the win will mean a bit less street in the Tenderloin neighborhood with wider sidewalks. Wider Sidewalks in Tenderloin This week, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SMFTA) and the San Francisco Fire Department approved a plan to create wider sidewalks on…

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The Inspirational Bicyclists of Instagram

Posted on July 21, 2020 in Bicycle News

Cyclists in Los Angeles know the ups and downs of riding through the City of Angels on two wheels.  The weather almost always cooperates for a ride.  The wide variety of scenery and cityscapes is almost unmatched by any city.  You just have to know when to brave the Southern California Traffic, when to escape…

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Eastern Twin Peaks is Now Permanently Car-Free

Posted on June 3, 2020 in Bicycle News,Blog

After a four-year pilot program, the eastern section of the Twin Peaks Blvd is now permanently car-free. The pilot program began in 2016 to address issues of cyclists being run off the road, parking problems, speeding, and risks to the endangered Mission Blue Butterfly. At that time, there was an eastern and western Twin Peaks…

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Davis Police Offering Free Bike Registration

Posted on May 28, 2020 in Bicycle News,Safety

We all like free things, but this time the free thing isn’t something you’d normally think of. But you could be really glad you did. The Davis Police Department is offering a free bicycle registration for all Davis bicycle owners. Each year, there are around 1.5 million bikes stolen in the U.S., and the number…

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New 7th Street Protected Bikeway Construction Begins

Posted on May 28, 2020 in Bicycle News,Infrastructure

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency started a much-awaited protected bike lane on 7th Street between Townsend and Harrison. This will finish the 7th Street Safety Project that started in 2016 and was driven by events of a tragic night where two cyclists died in separate hit and run accidents earlier that year. The safety…

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San Francisco’s Adds 13 More Slow Streets

Posted on May 28, 2020 in Bicycle News

The City of San Francisco announced that it will add 13 more streets to those already closed due to the success of its implementation of the “Slow Streets” program. The idea originated in Oakland when the city closed 4.5 miles of its neighborhood through streets on April 11, 2020. A month and a half later,…

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