Two public meetings, two packed rooms. Now that the protected bike lane proposals have been unveiled for Valencia Street, join us as we dig into the designs and take a deeper look at three different options presented at the recent meetings.
After months of collecting data and interviewing stakeholders, the SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) hosted two public meetings to share three potential design options for bringing physically protected bike lanes to the entire length of Valencia Street. Given that the usual biking experience on Valencia is filled with passenger drop-offs and delivery vehicles in the bike lanes, we weren’t surprised when nearly two hundred attendees filled the rooms to see and provide feedback on the designs.
Center Running Two-Way Bikeway
Parking Protected Bikeway
Curbside Two-Way Bikeway
Couldn’t make it to the meeting? All the project boards are available here.
Now, it’s time to regroup and look over the designs together as the City looks to identify a final, preferred proposal by this fall. Meet with other SF Bicycle Coalition members who are like-minded advocates and stop by our Valencia Member Committee. We are stronger when we work together.
Valencia Member Committee
August 7 – 5:30 to 7:00 PM
Muddy Waters Coffee House, 521 Valencia Street