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Market Street Design Workshop

NeighborNest 95 Hayes St., San Francisco, CA

The SF Bicycle Coalition is pushing for a transformation of Market Street. The Better Market Street Project will bring protected bike lanes to all of Market St. and is rapidly becoming a reality. As we approach approvals for this project, we need you, our members to be engaging with the designs and organizing to win […]

Market Street Infrastructure Ride with JUMP

SF Bicycle Coalition – 1720 Market 1720 Market St, San Francisco, CA

On this survey ride, we’ll ride down Market St. to look at the progress San Francisco has made on our bicycle network. At various points, we’ll stop to discuss the history and future of our main corridor and upcoming bicycle improvements. We’ll start at the SF Bicycle Coalition offices (1720 Market) and Jump will provide […]

Market Street Member Committee

SF Bicycle Coalition – 1720 Market 1720 Market St, San Francisco, CA

On January 29 your hard work to make Market Street car-free is being realized. We want to make sure that the improvements we won together actually make your bike commute better as the turn restrictions, paint and posts are implemented. To make it a success, we need your help. On Monday, January 27 from 5:30 […]


Celebrate Market Street!

Embarcadero Plaza Market Street and Steuart Street, San Francisco, CA

Celebrate Market Street becoming car-free on January 29! The unanimous approval of Better Market Street will bring a complete overhaul to our city’s busiest downtown corridor, but we don’t have to wait years for those changes to take shape. The SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is quickly moving ahead with a set of improvements to make your […]


Better Market Street Town Hall


In October, City planners announced major revisions to Better Market Street, the decade-long project to transform our city’s most important corridor that was approved in 2019. We acknowledge new constraints and budget realities, but we believe that City planners can and must do better to meet the original project goals of improving safety, comfort and […]

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