Bay Area Bike Share is beginning to plan for their next phase of expansion, and you’re invited to join the efforts.
Over the next month, Bay Area Bike Share is looking for public feedback for the next areas where bike share will be growing, including the Haight, Mission Bay, Dogpatch, Hayes Valley and Western SoMa. Do you live, work or hang in these neighborhoods regularly and wish there were more accessible and affordable transportation options? Here’s your chance to give feedback about what station locations work for you.
Haight-Ashbury Bike Share Expansion Workshop
Tues., June 28 at 6:00pm and 7:00 pm
Park Branch Library at 1833 Page St.
Mission Bay & Dogpatch Bike Share Expansion Workshop
Mon., July 11 at 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm
UCSF Mission Bay, Tivoli Room at 654 Minnesota St.
Western SoMa Bike Share Expansion Workshop
Tue., July 19 at 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Gene Friend Rec. Center, 270 6th St.
Hayes Valley and Filmore Bike Share Expansion Workshop
Mon., July 25 at 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm
African American Art + Culture Complex, 762 Fulton St.
When it comes to biking, we know that every person who’s biking means an extra seat on Muni or one less car trip. As the popularity of biking continues to soar in San Francisco, we know that increasing access to bikes will help everyone get around. An equitable bike share system will do just that, which is what your San Francisco Bicycle Coalition continues to work towards.
These upcoming workshops are a great opportunity for you to join us in getting more people to enjoy the fun of riding on two wheels. Where can we increase the visibility of biking? What streets or destinations could be easily accessed by biking? Which communities could benefit from having an affordable and environmentally-friendly mode of transportation available?
Come to these meetings and share your thoughts with Bay Area Bike Share.