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BIG CHANCE * Bay Bridge Bike Path * Weds, Jan 27 deadline

January 27, 2010 - 9:30am to 11:30am

Updated 1/7/10; 1/15/10; 1/21/10
Temporary end of East Span Pathway

Will this pathway ever reach San Francisco?

View at left of East Span tower construction cranes and Yerba Buena Island from end of skyway construction, showing elevated 15.5-ft wide Alexander Zuckermann Pathway (Alex was EBBC’s founder).

The current toll increase proposals are essential, but fail to address needed transportation improvements. Now is the time to address funding the West Span Bicycle-Pedestrian-Maintenance Pathway and expand transbay transit capacity.

Thanks for the great turn-out on Wednesday, Jan. 27. A full report is HERE.

While the below calls for action are out of date, our campaign continues and the background information is still useful. We will update this soon.


  • PLEASE COME: Wednesday, January 27, 2010 at 9:30am (note time change – arrive early and get a sign, fill out a speaker card!), MetroCenter Auditorium, 101 Eighth St, Oakland (opposite Lake Merritt BART)
  • PLEASE WRITE: Use our action page to send a form letter at:

    While the specific calls for action are out of date, the background information is useful and our campaign continues. We will update this page soon.

  • PLEASE CALL: your MTC Commissioner directly:
    If you prefer to contact them directly, you can find your two county commissioners and write, and preferably call, them to urge a vote in favor of FULL FUNDING of the “West Span Safety Path.” CONTACT INFO HERE. (Also contact BCDC and ABAG representatives who are at large.)

A Cyclecide Halloween

October 31, 2009 - 8:00pm to November 1, 2009 - 2:00am

Bike rodeo folks, Cyclecide, will be holding a fundraiser for one of their friends. DJ's, music, and wacky art.

5020 Bryant St

Doors @8
Show @9


ARTCRANK - A poster party for bike people

October 24, 2009 - 7:00pm to 11:00pm

Bikes are the world’s most fun and accessible way to get around. Posters are the world’s most fun and accessible art form. ARTCRANK brings them together in a poster party for bike people.

ARTCRANK is a showcase of bicycle-inspired original poster artwork that people can enjoy looking at and afford to take home.

Sunday Streets returns to Ocean Beach

September 6, 2009 - 10:00am to 2:00pm

The final Sunday Streets of 2009 comes to Ocean Beach this holiday weekend. Enjoy the car-free Great Highway, from Golden Gate Park to the Zoo, on the west side of San Francisco. Remember to bundle up.

Planned activities:

Sunday Streets hits Ocean Beach

August 9, 2009 - 10:00am to 2:00pm

Sunday Streets comes to Ocean Beach this weekend. Enjoy the car-free Great Highway, from Golden Gate Park to the Zoo, on the west side of San Francisco. Remember to bundle up.

Route Map

Repeats Sept 6

Rock the Bike at Academy of Sciences

August 6, 2009 - 6:00pm to 10:00pm

This Thursday the Academy of Sciences afterhours party, NightLife, features Rock the Bike.

Test Ride Montreal's BIXI

August 2, 2009 - 10:00am to 3:30pm

Come out and see a bicycle sharing demonstration in San Francisco! See BIXI, Montreal's award-winning bike sharing system, up close. Test ride the bikes on car-free JFK drive and learn more about efforts to bring this exciting new mode of transit to San Francisco.

Located at:
Golden Gate Park just inside the Car-Free Sunday road closure on John F. Kennedy Drive at Conservatory Drive East

Hit and Run at 18th & Valencia

Hit and Run at 18th & Valencia

Were you or anyone you know around 18th/Valencia on July 1 before noon?

Cyclist and SFBC Member Andrew Bennett and his 4-year-old son were hit by a gray car or SUV with a partial license plate of 'KAY' and a heart-shaped symbol. After striking the cyclist, the driver (described as as a female, late 20s, with dark hair) fled the scene. Mr. Bennett suffered serious injuries, including a fractured spine, but his son was thankfully uninjured. The SF Police Department (SFPD) is asking for your help to track down this dangerous driver.

Sunday Streets to Great Streets: Enrique Penalosa

[G2:2826 class=right size=200]Meet Enrique Penalosa, former Mayor of Bogota, Colombia and internationally-renowned innovator in the fields of transportation, housing and land use for large cities, as he discusses how San Francisco can learn from international best practices in urban public space development. San Francisco’s successful Sunday Streets program is based on Penalosa’s wildly popular “Ciclovia” system in Bogota.


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