Last week, we spoke to the SF Bike Coalition's Renée Rivera about her plans and predictions for 2011. We asked her what New Year's resolutions she hopes the city has. "Commit to completing all of the bike plan projects in 2011," she said. So we put it to SFMTA spokesman Paul Rose. Can it b ... More >>
Happy New Year! And quite a year it's been for bicycles. Between all the new stripes and racks and parklets, we've suddenly catapulted into the future of cycling. Well, maybe not the future, since Europe is several decades ahead of us. Maybe just less of the past. But there's still plenty of ... More >>
Everyone who heard about the bike situation last weekend at Hardy Strictly Bluegrass had the same thought: "what went wrong?" What was supposed to be an upgrade in bike parking turned into a repeat of last year's deficit: With bike racks overwhelmed early in the festival, concertgoers were ... More >>
We don't exactly frequent the mayor's self-congratulatory press conferences. But when we heard he'd actually be painting part of a bike lane around the corner from our offices today at 1 p.m., we put down the amyl nitrate and headed out.The requisite media circus had congregated on the corner of ... More >>
Cyclists jumping lights and drivers blocking bike lanes need to get cited.
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition executive director Leah Shahum, a key figure in the push to spur city workers to paint the new bike lane network you're now seeing around town, just announced she's taking an eight-month sabbatical in Amsterdam.Is this how bike lanes are planned? During that time s ... More >>