Reimagine Our Streets

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The pandemic has changed how many people in our city get around. With real challenges to transit capacity and service, hear about how we plan to encourage as many people as possible to turn to biking to avoid an influx of automobile trips. On Wednesday, December 9 at 5pm, we'll discuss...

New Car-Free Spaces

From Slow Streets, Golden Gate Park, Twin Peaks, the Great Highway and more, we’ve seen a lot of new car-free spaces in 2020. Learn about our plan to fight to ensure these spaces become permanent — which won’t be easy.

The pandemic has changed how many people in our city get around. With real challenges to transit capacity and service, hear about how we plan to encourage as many people as possible to turn to biking to avoid an influx of automobile trips.

How to Get More People Biking

In the past, we’ve mistakenly emphasized the role that police enforcement plays in making our streets safe. In 2021, in partnership with other organizations in the Tenderloin, we’re piloting new community-based alternatives to traffic enforcement. Be the first to hear about this new program and how it has the potential to be replicated nationally.

Community-Based Alternatives to Traffic Enforcement

Tune in on Wednesday, December 9 from 5pm - 6pm.

Hear about how we plan to reimagine our streets for the better. At the end of the webinar, there will be an opportunity for Q&A.

Tune in on Wednesday, December 9 from 5pm - 6pm.

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Webinar: Wednesday, December 9, 5pm

If you need the services of a CART transcriptionist in order to participate in this webinar, or if you have other accommodation requests, please email events@sfbike.org to see how we can accommodate.