The City needs your input on its new bike plan this summer!

The SF Municipal Transportation Agency’s (SFMTA) Biking and Rolling Plan is the City’s first update to the 2009 Bicycle Master Plan in almost 15 years, and they want your feedback at one of their 11 open houses this summer. 

The SFMTA’s Biking and Rolling plan will dictate the kinds of policies, programs, and infrastructure designs the City will implement within the next 15 years. This is incredibly important because the way we use our streets has significantly changed since 2009. More people move around on bikes, e-bikes, e-scooters, one wheels, electric assisted devices, and other modes of active transportation than ever before. As we continue seeing more people biking and rolling every year, our streets need to be redesigned to keep everyone on active transportation safe. San Francisco needs an interconnected city-wide network of car-free streets, car-lite streets, and separated and protected bike lanes. Anything less would compromise the safety of people who bike and roll.

Starting next Monday in North Beach, the SFMTA will be hosting a series of open houses in every supervisor district. At the open houses, members of the public will have an opportunity to give feedback on the proposed policies, programs, and infrastructure designs of the Biking and Rolling Plan. 

To make sure the SFMTA hears from a diverse population of people who bike and roll in San Francisco, we need your help getting the word out about the open houses. Join us to distribute flyers in your district! We’ll be meeting at our office at 1720 Market Street. Sign up to volunteer for a shift below.

Tuesday, July 9th at 5pm: Noe Valley, Bayview, SF State

Tuesday, July 16th at 5pm: Richmond, Sunset, Cow Hollow, Oceanview

Tuesday, July 23rd at 5pm: Downtown, Mission, Haight


For general campaign updates on the Biking and Rolling Plan, sign up here.

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