How long does it take for our bike dreams to come true?
When it comes to our visionary campaign to bring a protected bike lane to the entire three-mile stretch of the Embarcadero, the only answer is: way too long.
Since 2015, our members have consistently turned out to City-led workshops and public hearings, wrote emails, posted photos on Twitter, and even held direct action in the form of People Protected Bike Lanes to demand change. Finally, the SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is unveiling designs for the future of the Embarcadero on October 25. Let’s turn out to make sure the City puts people first on the waterfront.
Thank you to our members who believed in this dream to bring a world-class biking experience to one of San Francisco’s most popular bike routes. After our call to action earlier this summer and your hard work, we’re now gaining momentum on this critical bike safety project. SFMTA’s full designs and renderings for a two-way protected bike lane that will span from AT&T Park all the way to Fisherman’s Wharf will be on display for your input. This is your chance to talk with the project team and share your thoughts about the design concepts.
This is when the work gets real — we need you to turn out and show your support for seeing this project constructed.
Embarcadero Concept Design Showcase
Thursday, Oct. 25, 5:00 to 7:30 PM
Ferry Building Grand Hall, 2nd Floor
Join us on Oct. 25 to hold the City accountable to their commitments and turn our dream into real change on the Embarcadero.