Hancock Street, San Diego CA

Save the Hancock Street Bike Lane

Hancock Street in Middletown Given the photo above, you might be asking, "Save what bike lane?  All I see is another poorly-maintained San Diego street."  Well, the City is performing the "Midway-Pacific Highway Community Plan Update" for this area, and this wide, auto-oriented stretch of Hancock Street is set to receive a Class II (unbuffered) bike lane as part of the proposed Hancock Transit Corridor: Hancock Transit Corridor is envisioned as a multiple-use and mixed-use corridor connected to…

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SANDAG 2019 Regional Plan Transportation Themes Open Houses

SANDAG is in the process of developing San Diego Forward: The 2019-2050 Regional Plan, which will outline the overarching vision for our region over the next 30 years. As part of this process, SANDAG is asking for your input on what you think the San Diego region’s transportation network should look like in the future and what transportation issues are most important for your quality of life. This survey is available through May 10. TAKE THE SURVEY You will have to write in BICYCLE many times…

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Judi Tentor on her bike

Join us in welcoming our new Executive Director

We are thrilled to announce that Judi Tentor has accepted the position of Executive Director for Bike San Diego. Judi will be working with John Anderson, interim ED, to transition into the role over the next month. Please feel free to reach out to her at director@bikesd.org and stay tuned for our next member meet-up (details to come) to meet her in person. About Judi Tentor Judi lives in Mission Hills, grows a lot of food in her garden, and gets around by bicycle as much as possible. She has…

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Balboa Station Plan: Does it solve the mobility issues around Balboa Ave station?

As anyone that has ridden along the Rose Canyon Bike Path or in the UTC area knows, SANDAG is in the process of extending the Mid-Coast Trolley from Old Town to UCSD and UTC area. The potential of this $2.1 billion investment can only fully be realized by enhancing the accessibility of the stations to surrounding neighborhoods. The City of San Diego is currently drafting a planning document for the area around the Balboa Avenue Station. Eventually, the plan will be voted on by San Diego’s City…

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News, Links, Events, and Other Views – Nov 28, 2017

Check out recent news and upcoming events from San Diego and beyond.  Have an article to share for our next News & Views post? Please email us - talk@bikesd.org. Enjoy! San Diego John Lamb from CityBeat considers the possibility of dockless bike share in San Diego.  We've looked through DecoBike's corporate partnership agreement with the City of San Diego and don't see anything preventing other bikeshare companies from operating in San Diego. Dockless bike share provider LimeBike has been…

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Hello From New BikeSD Director John Anderson

Hi, my name is John Anderson and I'm happy to be writing to you today to introduce myself as the new Interim Executive Director of Bike San Diego (BikeSD).  I've been a board member of BikeSD for a couple of years and am now stepping into the Executive Director role previously held by Sam Ollinger.  Sam has led BikeSD since it was formed five years ago (and even before then, when it was first born as a website).  Her efforts with BikeSD have clearly moved the conversation about bicycling and…

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