Tired of Cars Blocking Bike Lanes? Here’s Something That Actually Works.

Blocked bike lane violations along one block in San Francisco

1. Hundreds of people commute along this corridor by bike daily.

2. Nearly as many people are arriving by Uber/Lyft and there is no safe place to drop them off.

3. Removal of street parking is remediated by a parking garage less than two blocks away.

4. There is a very popular bike share corral at this location as well as multiple businesses that require a commercial loading zone.

5. Reducing the number of blocked bike lane violations will help San Francisco achieve both its Vision Zero and climate goals.

The Safe Lanes team after our hearing at City Hall

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Designer / Engineer / Safe Streets Activist. Creator of https://safelanes.org & https://bikematch.network. Board Member @ https://sfbike.org

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Stephen Braitsch

Stephen Braitsch

Designer / Engineer / Safe Streets Activist. Creator of https://safelanes.org & https://bikematch.network. Board Member @ https://sfbike.org

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