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Activism, New Mobility, and Changing Streets in the Age of COVID-19

Wednesday, October 19, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

About this event

The SF Bicycle Coalition is excited to connect you directly with two new leaders: Executive Director Janelle Wong and Director of Advocacy Justin Hu-Nguyen! They’ll be talking about the organization’s advocacy efforts as they relate to topics on everyone’s mind: the role new mobility can play in helping to make cities more liveable and sustainable, how SF’s streets have changed since Covid-19, and what this all means for the future of our streets.


Join us for a casual happy hour in Mission Bay where we’ll meet with SFBC’s latest additions to the leadership team: Janelle (Executive Director) and Justin (Director of Advocacy). They will each share their vision for safe streets advocacy in San Francisco, and how new mobility operators can play a role in creating a more just and sustainable transportation network in the City.

  • 5:00 pm: Event Kick-off!
  • 5:30 pm: Short speeches from Janelle and Justin
  • 5:45 pm: New Mobility Bingo
  • 7:30 pm: Event end

Each ticket will include one-free drink that can be used for both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Pets are welcome to join as well!

Community Agreements

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition strives to create a positive and supportive environment where all people feel welcomed, seen, celebrated, and treated equitably, in line with our Strategic Plan Core Values of Transportation Justice, Sustainability, People Power, and Joy. As a member of this community, we value your participation in keeping our digital and in-person community, spaces, and events safe and welcoming.

These are our expectations of staff, Board Members, members, interns, volunteers, and visitors entering any San Francisco Bicycle Coalition space or event:

  • We approach each other with empathy and care.
  • We ask for and use each other’s pronouns.
  • We respect every person’s autonomy by seeking consent before physical contact and offering before we help or explain.
  • We take responsibility for our own participation and create space for the participation of others.
  • We are aware of the impact of our words and actions and that good intentions can have negative impacts; microaggressions, including unintended ones, are harmful and we seek to eliminate them.
  • We let someone know when we have been hurt and we try to forgive.
  • We do our best to fulfill these agreements, we hold one another accountable to fulfilling them, and we work to correct mistakes.

Staff members are always available for support with an issue, or answering any questions about appropriate behavior. If you notice someone feeling hurt or uncomfortable, please check in with them or staff. Thank you for helping keep our space safe, supportive, and fun!


  • Bike parking is available! There are bike racks at the corner of Mission Bay Boulevard and 4th Street. You are also welcome to bring your bike into the event area.
  • Transit option one: take Muni bus 22 to 4th St. and Mission Bay Boulevard North. You’re right outside the park!
  • Transit option two: take Muni line T to the Mission Rock stop and walk 2 minutes to SPARK.
  • Transit option three: take Muni line N to the Caltrain stop and walk 10 minutes to SPARK.
  • Transit option four: take Caltrain and get off at 4th and King. It’s a short 10-minute stroll from there!

COVID Protocols: We encourage everyone to take the safety measures they find most appropriate while participating. Wearing a mask is not required, however, participants may choose to wear a mask for added protection from COVID-19. For more information please reference the guidelines provided by the San Francisco Department Public of Health.



Wednesday, October 19, 2022
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Parklabs Garden
1379 4th Street
San Francisco, CA 94158 United States
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*Events not officially sponsored or organized by the SF Bicycle Coalition are marked with an asterisk. We post events that might be of interest to our SF area members; we do not necessarily endorse any particular group or perspective you may find represented here.

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