A throng of cyclists hit the streets of San Francisco Friday night, as thousands of people commemorated the 20th anniversary of the raucous, leaderless ride and street party known as “Critical Mass.”
This urban center of two-wheeled activism is poised to commemorate two decades of the gathering known as “Critical Mass,” a raucous and leaderless bicycle ride and street party.
An interview with San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon on a number of different high profile cases he and his office are currently working on.
The San Jose City Council was expected Tuesday to approve a plan to add eight miles of bike lanes in the downtown area.
Advocates for seniors and pedestrians have criticized the plea deal involving a bicyclist charged with fatally hitting a woman in a crosswalk near San Francisco’s Ferry building last year.
Bicyclists were greeted with the good news Wednesday that the Golden Gate Bridge’s western sidewalk will reopen on Sept. 10 — two weeks ahead of schedule.
San Francisco police are beginning a new operation to keep the roads safe in the South of Market neighborhood where a boy was critically injured by a hit-and-run driver this week.
A dangerous roadway in Vallejo could be in for a facelift after three deaths over the last two years.
It was about to get very crowded for cyclists and pedestrians on the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. The west sidewalk was scheduled for a four-month closure starting after the Memorial holiday weekend.
There’s a new way to get to and from San Francisco International Airport – thanks to an extension of the Bay Trail bike lane around the airport.