SFMTA’s Bicycle Strategy Could Make SF Top in the Nation — If It’s Funded
SF Streets Blog – 1/30/13
The SF Municipal Transportation Agency has mapped out a course that could make San Francisco the most bike-friendly city in the nation. All it needs now, it seems, is the political leadership to step up and fund what SFMTA Director Ed Reiskin has called the “most cost-effective investment we can make in moving people.”
Washington Post – 1/30/13
Bicycle lanes now run down the center of Pennsylvania Avenue from 3rd to 15th streets, NW. Authorities say 11 out of 14 bicycle crashes in 2010 and 2011 involved U-turns.
JTA – 1/30/13
A short ride on a luxury wooden bicycle can take much longer than expected in south Tel Aviv. The roads are fine, Maxime van Gelder says, “but people keep asking you to stop and take their picture with the bike.”