One of our amazing SF Bicycle Coalition members, Ellen Cohan, re-imagined the Embarcadero above. “I think a separated bike lane would allow people on bicycles to ride with confidence along the waterfront.”
Be a part of the action to help re-design San Francisco’s iconic waterfront.
You are invited to the open house on Nov. 17 led by the SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA). Here’s your chance to finally see the most up-to-date design options for an accessible Embarcadero with protected bike lanes from AT&T Park to Fisherman’s Wharf.
As the popularity of the waterfront grows, transportation to the Embarcadero will have to evolve to handle the expanding demand. On Nov. 17 the SFMTA unveils design options to transform the Embarcadero into a shared corridor with first-rate protected bicycle lanes, and ample room to walk and take in the views of the Bay.
Only 25 years ago the Embarcadero was a raised freeway with no room for people to enjoy the views, let alone ride a bicycle. The freeway’s removal improved the area for everybody, but anyone who rides the Embarcadero can tell you that there is a lot of room to improve the road for people biking.
If you support protected bike lanes as a central part of the Embarcadero transportation planning and design, come to the open house on Nov. 17 at Pier 1 where you can speak directly with SFMTA planners about design options.
Embarcadero Enhancement Project Open House
Thursday, Nov. 17 from 4:00 – 7:00 pm
Pier 1, Port of San Francisco