A San Francisco supervisor is taking exception to the police department’s crackdown on bicyclists blowing through stop signs and is introducing an ordinance to allow cyclists to roll through the stop.
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition Wants To Know Most Dangerous Streets, Starts #ParkingDirtySF Social Media Campaign
This comes as San Francisco officials are looking to crack down on drivers who double park or “block the box.”
The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District Board of Directors has been considering a fee for pedestrians and bicyclists who cross the span.
Starting this week, the new Bay Bridge bike path will be closing periodically as crews continue to tear down the old span, but cyclists are willing to put up with it since the work is extending the trail to Yerba Buena Island.
A major crash caused the CHP to shut down Highway 84 in both directions around noon on Monday.
The Genentech course is just one of the education programs the SF Bicycle Coalition teaches, to show drivers the rules of the road.
San Rafael police are rolling out a new campaign aimed at protecting motorists and pedestrians on city streets.
BART directors voted 5-2 Thursday in favor of a proposal for the design of future train cars that seeks to achieve a compromise between the competing requests of bike riders, wheelchair users and blind people.
San Francisco’s Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors unanimously approved the Transit Effectiveness Project on Friday, touted as the city’s first major transportation overhaul in 30 years.
Questions remain on what can be done by city leaders, transit officials and the police department to decrease the number of fatalities on San Francisco streets.