A few short round-up stories on bicycling, scooters and road safety to start out your weekend. San Francisco is Second Best for Bicycling Nobody would ever accuse Streetsblog of holding back on criticisms of San Francisco’s bicycling infrastructure. That said, it’s nice to remember that if you like to get around by pedaling, it’s hard […]
The TI Pass could be the start of a modern fare zone system for the region... if executives and bureaucrats seize the opportunity
Thirteen-thousand schoolchildren walked and rolled wheelchairs, scooters, and bikes to 90 schools for the tenth 'Walk and Roll to School Day,' a program to encourage kids to get to school in a safe, healthy, and active way.
A few Bay Area transit developments to start your weekend
With safety improvements imminent, advocates and engineers take a tour of one of San Francisco's deadliest streets
Is California poised to bankrupt its transportation system?
Advocate with Seamless Bay Area takes Metropolitan Transportation Commission to task for failing to lead region towards an integrated transportation vision
A once notorious section of street is now a calm, safe, and comfortable place to ride
Always have a Plan B
Note: GJEL Accident Attorneys regularly sponsors coverage on Streetsblog San Francisco and Streetsblog California. Unless noted in the story, GJEL Accident Attorneys is not consulted for the content or editorial direction of the sponsored content. The San Francisco County Transportation Authority (CTA) unanimously approved the Pennsylvania Avenue alignment for the downtown extension (DTX) of Caltrain today, which […]