Protected Bike Lanes Coming to 19th to Cesar Chavez

Valencia Street

Since protected bike lanes went in between Market and 15th streets last February, the data shows that safety on Valencia Street has improved and people biking feel the change. But we’ve heard loud and clear that a full transformation is needed, and we must bring protected bike lanes to the entire corridor, especially between 15th and 19th streets.

People power has moved us along this far, and it’s time to get to work again. Join our happy hour on February 6 to learn what’s coming up and how we plan to win big on Valencia.

Let’s Transform Valencia

Right now we have a golden opportunity to fast-track the next phase of protected bike lanes through the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s (SFMTA) quick-build process. If successfully approved at next month’s open house, we could see protected bike lanes from 19th to Cesar Chavez streets in the ground by early summer. We have and continue to push for the expedited construction of quick-builds between 15th to 19th streets but we’ll need your help to get there. We can’t miss our chance to fix the chronic-double parking and congestion that plagues the corridor. Let’s hit the ground running and reach our goal!

With only a month before SFMTA’s open house, we need your help now more than ever if we want to pack the room. Come out next week to connect with other dedicated members, sign up for upcoming outreach efforts and learn how you can join the movement.

Valencia Happy Hour
Muddy’s Coffee House (1304 Valencia St.)
Thursday, Feb. 6 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Become a member and you'll improve your commute and get discounts at shops across the city.