Ride your bike with Supervisor Safaí

With so much going on in the Excelsior, there’s no better way to talk about making the neighborhood more bike-friendly than on a ride with your Supervisor and fellow neighbors. Join us on our District 11 Neighborhood Ride for a chance to meet with Supervisor Ahsha Safaí.

Ride with Sup. Safaí

Earlier this month, the City hosted two opportunities for residents and neighbors to learn about street safety projects in the Excelsior, focusing on Mission Street and Geneva Avenue. Folks from multiple neighborhood groups and families were able to connect with City planners and vote on different proposals.

These open houses gave a chance for SF Bicycle Coalition members to turn out and push for more biking improvements in the Excelsior. “Several people said they do not feel safe biking in these neighborhoods much of the time,” said member Zack Subin. Given that, Zack wants to see a “broader vision” beyond smaller, near-term improvements in the area.

There’s a lot of room for improvement when it comes to making our southeastern neighborhoods more welcoming for people of all ages to bike. If you’re with us, celebrate Bike to Work Day on our District 11 Neighborhood Ride and chat about biking with Supervisor Safaí.

Street Escape of Mission Street between Amazon and Onondaga Avenues. Proposed two-way bike lane connection Amazon and Seneca Avenues. Image from SFMTA.


Street Escape of Geneva Avenue between Naples and Prague streets. Proposed extension of existing bike lanes on Geneva Ave. Images from SFMTA.

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